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Infamous Ford Bronco from OJ Simpson police chase head for 'Pawn Stars'

10 August 2017, 10:55 | Jodi Jackson

Infamous White Bronco From OJ Simpson Chase To Be Featured On Episode Of 'Pawn Stars'

OJ Simpson's Infamous Ford Bronco Appears On Latest Episode Of Pawn Stars

According to a report by TMZ Sports, the infamous white Bronco that housed O.J. Simpson during a police chase back in 1994 might be up for sale through Pawn Stars.

Al Cowlings was driving the Bronco on June 17, 1994, with Simpson as his passenger, during the slow "chase" down the 405 freeway near Los Angeles.

It will be featured on an upcoming episode of 'Pawn Stars' on History. Given that most people on "Pawn Stars" walk into the store with a false sense of what their items are worth, we wouldn't be surprised if he started off asking for upwards of $500,000.


Pawn Stars personality Rick Harrison, who co-owns the pawn shop, expressed some mixed feelings over bringing the auto on the show.

"But I felt it would be good for the show and I figured I'd give it a shot". It was five days after Simpson's ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and Rob Goldman had been found murdered. Simpson's former agent Mike Gilbert came into possession of the Bronco, and 23 years later, he's trying to make some money off it-half a million bucks, to be exact. "I never glorify gangsters or murderers on the show ... and I think O.J.is a douchebag ... who did some really bad things".

He is set to be released in October.



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