Burt Reynolds' 'Bandit' coupe, other memorabilia up for sale

Burt Reynolds circa 1985
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Actor Burt Reynolds is auctioning over 600 of his personal items with Julien Auctions in Las Vegas.

The items in the collection are a combination of memorabilia, souvenirs, and gifts from Reynolds' friends. Both his 1991 and 1998 Golden Globes will be available for bidding as well as several People's Choice Awards, an Emmy and Reynolds' high school football trophies.

The auction will take place on Dec. 11 and 12 at The Palms in Las Vegas as well as online through Julien Auctions' website.

Reynolds, 78, has had several bouts of financial difficulties in recent years including bankruptcy and foreclosure. He faced a costly divorce from ex-wife Loni Anderson in 1993 and his Florida home, once listed at $15 million on the market in 2006, has yet to be sold.

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In the auction catalog, Reynold writes, "I've collected so many things that I truly adore but at this stage of my life I find it very difficult to manage them all. The fact of the matter is that it truly is the time to downsize... It's bittersweet for me to let those things go as I no longer have room for them as I go into the next adventure and chapter of my life."

The actor's "Smokey and the Bandit" 1977 Pontiac Trans Am Coupe with a customized "Bandit" logo and gold plaque is estimated to sell for over $80,000. While his "Bandit" jacket is slated to earn more than $6,000.

Along with film memorabilia, Reynolds has placed the motorized wedding stagecoach from his wedding to Anderson in the auction and a void American Express card that expired in 2010.