O.J.'s Bronco Fails To Sell

The Ford Bronco that carried OJ Simpson on the infamous "slow-speed chase" on Los Angeles freeways still doesn't have a buyer.

The 1994 white SUV was featured this week on an episode of "Pawn Stars" on the History Channel. Simpson's former agent, Mike Gilbert, owns the vehicle and hoped to get at least a million dollars for it. One of the stars of "Pawn Stars," Rick Harrison, took the Bronco for a test drive and said it's in "amazing" condition. But Harrison said driving it "felt like bad mojo" because of the SUV's history. He passed on Gilbert's offer to sell it for one-point-25 million dollars. In June of 1994, police followed the Bronco for nearly two hours before the NFL Hall of Famer surrendered to police to face murder charges in the death of his ex-wife, Nicole Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman. Simpson was found not guilty of the murders.

The vehicle looks to be headed to a museum.Source: Autoweek

-The Ford Bronco that carried OJ Simpson on the infamous "slow-speed chase" on Los Angeles freeways still doesn't have a buyer.

The 1994 white SUV was featured this week on an episode of "Pawn Stars" on the History Channel. Simpson's former agent, Mike Gilbert, owns the vehicle and hoped to get at least a million dollars for it. One of the stars of "Pawn Stars," Rick Harrison, took the Bronco for a test drive and said it's in "amazing" condition. But Harrison said driving it "felt like bad mojo" because of the SUV's history. He passed on Gilbert's offer to sell it for one-point-25 million dollars. In June of 1994, police followed the Bronco for nearly two hours before the NFL Hall of Famer surrendered to police to face murder charges in the death of his ex-wife, Nicole Simpson, and her friend, Ron Goldman. Simpson was found not guilty of the murders.

The vehicle looks to be headed to a museum.

Source: Autoweek

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