O.J. Simpson's Infamous Highway Chase Bronco Could Fetch $500K On 'Pawn Stars'

LOS ANGELES - JUNE 17: Motorists wave as police cars pursue the Ford Bronco (white, R) driven by Al Cowlings, carrying fugitive murder suspect O.J. Simpson, on a 90-minute slow-speed car chase June 17, 1994 on the 405 freeway in Los Angeles, California. Simpson's friend Cowlings eventually drove Simpson home, with Simpson ducked under the back passenger seat, to Brentwood where he surrendered after a stand-off with police. (Photo by Jean-Marc Giboux/Liaison)

O.J. Simpson's Infamous Highway Chase Bronco Could Fetch $500K On 'Pawn Stars'

His former agent Mike Gilbert is trying to sell the notorious piece of history.

Published August 10, 2017

One could argue that the footage of O.J. Simpson leading police on a slow-speed highway chase in June 1994 is as ingrained in the minds of Americans as his not-guilty verdict in the October 1995 "Trial of the Century."

And now that infamous piece of history is seemingly up for grabs, as Simpson's former agent, Mike Gilbert, will appear on Pawn Stars on Monday night with the hopes of selling O.J.'s notorious white Ford Bronco from that chase.

How much will Gilbert be asking for the Bronco? At least $500,000. 

Wow. Take a look at a clip from the show.

In many ways, O.J.'s low-speed Bronco chase paved the way for the "Trial of the Century" to begin.

Do you think it will be sold for at least $500,000 on Pawn Stars?

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Written by BET Staff

(Photo: Jean-Marc Giboux/Liaison)


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