Fargo’s anti-heroine Nikki Swango (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) might be the savviest con-artist the series has ever known. The bridge-playing loose cannon is (almost) always one step ahead of everyone else – and as loyal as she is unpredictable. And that inevitably means a ton of trouble for Emmit Stussy (Ewan McGregor). VIP Fan Auctions is offering fans of Fargo an opportunity to own several of Nikki’s screen-worn costumes, including her Bebe jacket and skirt, earrings and red lace shirt from the season premiere (click here for photos and more information). Also available is the purple IRO jacket, pants, shirt and earrings she wears in the penultimate episode “Aporia” (click here). The site also has Nikki’s burgundy sweatsuit and Dynomite shirt from “The Law of Inevitability” (click here) and her Guess faux fur coat (click here) for those cold Fargo nights. Also available is her killer combo of camouflage pants, MadeWell jacket and sweater (pictured above) from the season finale (click here). Don’t miss that chance to own a television history worn by one of TV’s most complicated women – check out all of the available Fargo auctions today!



Sibling rivalry can be brutal, especially in the case of Emmit and Ray Stussy (both played by Ewan McGregor) in Fargo. Their animosity stems from, of all things, a valuable stamp handed down from their father, which Emmit talked Ray into trading it to him years ago. When Ray and his girlfriend, Nikki Swango (played by Mary Elizabeth Winstead), plot to steal the stamp from Emmit’s mansion, it leads to yet another embarrassment for Ray – the stamp has been replaced with a framed drawing of a donkey. Nikki responds to the switcheroo by defacing the artwork by writing “Who’s the ass now?” in her own blood (see above). VIP Fan Auctions is now offering the infamous artwork – complete with graffiti – to the Fargo fan delightfully twisted enough to hang it in his or her own home. Click here for more information and photos, and get in on the bidding for this infamous piece of Fargo set dressing today!



Ray Stussy’s (Ewan McGregor) red Corvette is a focal point of third season of FX’s Fargo – after all, it was the 1977 sports car the Ray traded his father’s stamp collection to get, a move that would prove to be a lopsided deal in favor of brother Emmit (also McGregor). It would also lead to a brutal sibling rivalry. Fans of Fargo don’t have to leverage their most valuable possession to get behind the wheel of Ray’s Corvette – VIP Fan Auctions is offering the actual car used in the series: a 1977 red Chevrolet Corvette hardtop with a 350ci/180 hp engine with 48,146 miles on the odometer. Click here for more detailed information about the car, and get in on the bidding. Whoever wins the Corvette will have to make arrangements to get it from Calgary, Alberta, Canada – a small price to pay for a vintage American sports car featured in one of television’s best shows. Road trip!



When Noah Hawley decided to bring the quintessential black comedy Fargo to the small screen, it didn’t take long to show that he was expanding the Fargo universe in a way that only complemented the brilliant and beloved Coen Brothers film. With the third triumphant season of FX’s Fargo complete – in which Ewan McGregor took on the dual role of rival brothers Emmit and Ray Stussy, VIP Fan Auctions is offering distinct props and wardrobe items from the series to fans. Currently available is the tuxedo (pictured above, right) worn by Ewan McGregor in the third-season premiere as Emmit “The Parking Lot King of Minnesota” Stussy. The formal attire includes a white tuxedo jacket, black pants, bow tie, cummerbund, cufflinks, shoes and button studs (click here for photos and size information). Also available is Emmit’s glass desk globe, his leather briefcase and Emmit’s screen-worn robe/pajamas/slippers. Click here to see all of the available Fargo auctions and claim your piece of this quirky television masterpiece today!