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Here's your chance to own a piece of Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch

Michael Jackson performs during his 13-city U.S. tour in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1988. An electric train, a Swarovski crystal-studded glove and a fedora hat that belonged to the late King of Pop are among the items for sale at the "Legends of Hollywood & Music Auction," March 24 in Agoura Hills.
Michael Jackson performs during his 13-city U.S. tour in Kansas City, Missouri, in 1988. An electric train, a Swarovski crystal-studded glove and a fedora hat that belonged to the late King of Pop are among the items for sale at the "Legends of Hollywood & Music Auction," March 24 in Agoura Hills. Associated Press

If you've ever dreamed of owning a piece of the King of Pop, here's your chance.

You can pick up Michael Jackson memorabilia — plus items that once belonged to Elvis Presley, Marilyn Monroe and other celebs — at “Legends of Hollywood & Music Auction: Collectibles From the Megastars of Entertainment.” The auction, run by GWS Auctions, begins at 10 a.m. March 24 in Agoura Hills.

Clothes, cars and jewelry make up the majority of the items available for sale.

But there are a few surprises — including an electric train that Jackson and his family once rode around Neverland Ranch, his 2,700-acre estate in northern Santa Barbara County. (Now known as Sycamore Valley Ranch, the property located near Los Olivos remains on the market for $67 million.

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This aerial view shows Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch in the Santa Ynez Valley near Los Olivos, California, in 1993. The 2,700-acre property is now known as Sycamore Valley Ranch. Lois Bernstein Associated Press
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