O.J. Simpson's White Bronco Has Finally Been Found And It's in Prime Condition
For more than 20 years, the whereabouts of the white Ford Bronco remained a mystery. But now INSIDE EDITION has tracked it down.
For more than 20 years, the whereabouts of the white Ford Bronco from O.J. Simpson's low-speed chase remained a mystery.
INSIDE EDITION has tracked down the vehicle Simpson was in when he and Al Cowlings led police on a chase following the murders of his wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend, Ronald Goldman, in 1994.
Over the years, there has been speculation about where the 1993 Ford Bronco is kept. INSIDE EDITION can now confirm that it is housed in prime condition in a garage in Central California.
The owner, whose name will be revealed on Tuesday's show, says he's only put around 20 miles on the car since having it, but he invited INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret along for a drive.
The owner said he bought the car as an investment and he's now trying to preserve everything original from it - even going as far as keeping the tires in the trunk and taking the gas out to store it in a gas can.
"It's iconic," he said. "It's part of history."
To find out more about the Bronco's resting place and how much the owner has been offered for the vehicle, tune in to INSIDE EDITION on Tuesday.
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