Fans of HBO's "Sex and the City" can now get a piece of the action on eBay — by bidding on a faux painting of Charlotte's private parts, made famous in the sitcom's first season.

The sexy artwork was part of the fifth episode, the one in which prissy Charlotte (played by Kristin Davis (search)) agrees to have her private parts immortalized by a famous artist.

Up to now, the 8-foot close-up — rendered in pinks and reds — had graced the basement of Heidi Stenzel, 20, a Long Island, N.Y., college student whose dad worked as the show's construction coordinator.

The artist, Elizabeth Linn, created several flowerlike female-genitalia paintings for the episode's finale and later presented one to Ray Stenzel.

It sat in the basement in Patchogue for three years before he gave it to his daughter and asked her to try to sell it.

On Thursday, she put it on eBay, item number 7344280026.

So far, there's only been one bid — for 99 cents — but 18 people, from as far off as England, are believed to be following the auction.

"I think it's worth a lot, maybe $1,000," Heidi Stenzel said.

"It's a conversation piece. It's also a beautiful piece."