Experian Automotive and ScreenBid team to keep Breaking Bad memories alive


If you’re anything like the millions of people who counted down the hours until the Breaking Bad series finale, then you too were sitting on the edge of your seat waiting to see how it would all end. But now that it’s all over, what do we have to keep the memories of a show that’s captivated us for the last five years?

Fans of the show don’t have to look too far to answer that question, as vehicles used during filming are now up for auction through ScreenBid, the world’s best source for certified authentic, screen-used Hollywood memorabilia and collectibles. Experian Automotive has also joined in the effort to preserve the show’s history, as it’s providing complimentary AutoCheck vehicle history reports on most of the Breaking Bad vehicles up for auction through the ScreenBid website.

The AutoCheck reports give bidders access to detailed insights into each vehicle’s history prior to its casting on the show. With this extra layer of information, those looking to take home a piece of Breaking Bad history will be able to set expectations for their potential purchase.

Some of the vehicles up for auction include Walt’s infamous 2004 Pontiac Aztek, Skyler’s 1991 Jeep Grand Cherokee and Jesse’s 1982 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, among others. Breaking Bad fans have until Monday, Oct. 7 to bid on any of the priceless memories up for auction. To view a full list of the items, visit www.screenbid.com.