The sunglasses that Paul Walker allegedly wore on the day of his tragic death have gone on auction.
The controversial memorabilia is expected to fetch thousands of dollars after going under the hammer on BidAmi.com.
According to TMZ, the seller discovered the shades when he arrived at the crash scene back in November. He claims that before he was turned away by police he rummaged around the site and came across the accessory.
It was not until after images taken in the hours leading up to the Fast and Furious star's death surfaced online that the man realised the significance of his loot.
Debris from the crash site as well as a fire extinguisher allegedly used by emergency services to put out the blaze has also been included in the sale.
Within hours the bidding for the lot had climbed to £650.
Walker was on his way to a charity event when the Porsche driven by his friend Roger Rodas, lost control and smashed into a tree before bursting into flames. The duo were pronounced dead at the scene.
A post-mortem examination found that the 40-year-old star was killed by the impact of the crash and a subsequent fire.
In December, police arrested two men who stole parts from the Carrera GT as it was towed away after the accident.