O.J. Simpson’s white Bronco is going up for sale because of course it is
· Apr 16, 2024 · NottheBee.com

In 1994, football player turned Hollywood actor, O.J. Simpson, slowly fled from police in a white Bronco across Los Angeles. The chase was filmed live for two hours, and it was the most widely watched event of the year.

(Clearly, people didn't have a lot to do in 1994.)

The infamous SUV is currently owned by Simpson's ex-manager Michael Gilbert, as well as two associates of Al Cowlings, and has been on display at the Alcatraz East Crime Museum in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.

Here's someone's video tour of the Bronco on display at the museum:

It may not be there much longer.

The owners have chosen this, the year of O.J. Simpson's death, to sell the iconic SUV.

"Before O.J. passed, we had always thought this was going to be the year we were going to sell because it's the 30th anniversary," Gilbert said. "Who knows if we are all going to be around for the 35th or the 40th?"

You have to wonder about the veracity of that claim, as the highest offer they've received for the Bronco is $750,000 in the past.

But now that O.J. died, they‘re looking to double that amount.

That's right. For a cool $1.5 million, you could take this baby out on L.A.'s 405, driving real slow while wearing black gloves that are too small ... and get a taste of what it feels like to be above the law.

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