Owners of OJ Simpson’s white Bronco reveal decision on car – Sports Illustrated

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The owner of that infamous white Ford Bronco driven in the O.J. Simpson car chase on the 405 freeway has made a decision on what he wants to do with the car after the death of the ex-college football and NFL great.

Simpson’s former agent, Michael Gilbert, and two other people, friends of Al Cowlings, the man who drove the car during that legendary chase, have announced they intend to sell the vehicle.

Simpson, shortly after being accused of murdering his ex-wife and her friend, hid in the backseat of the Bronco during a long chase with L.A. police that was televised live to the nation back in 1994.

“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 told Darren Rovell. “Who knows if we are all going to be around for the 35th or the 40th?”

Rovell reports that the latest offer for the Bronco stood around $750,000. The owners say they are looking for at least $1.5 million.

The famous Bronco was not actually owned by Simpson originally, although he did own a white Bronco himself, one that was investigated at the alleged crime scene.


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