Owner of O.J. Simpson's White Bronco: I've Been Offered $300,000 For It

INSIDE EDITION tracked down the car's owner in California.

More than 20 years after O.J. Simpson and his friend fled from police in a white Bronco, the vehicle has been tracked down.

INSIDE EDITION found the long-lost piece of American history beneath a blue tarp in a cluttered suburban garage in California, 200 miles from Los Angeles.

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The car is now owned by Mike Gilbert, who was Simpson’s agent at the time his ex-wife, Nicole Brown, and her friend, Ron Goldman, were murdered.

“It brings back memories of a different time,” Gilbert said.

In the June 1994 low-speed chase, Simpson sat in the back seat while his friend Al Cowlings drove them. Audio revealed Simpson speaking to police and threatening to shoot himself dead as he sat in the car.

“I really did believe that he was going to kill himself,” Gilbert said.

Since buying the car with some partners from Cowlings, Gilbert has tried to keep the vehicle in prime condition. He’s only put 20 miles on the clock and even has the original license plate.

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Gilbert said he's been offered $300,000 for it - but he's not looking for a buyer. Instead, the car is about to go to a crime museum in Tennessee.

“It’s part of American history,” he explained.

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