A Look Back at a Ride in O.J.'s White Bronco as Infamous SUV Appears on 'Pawn Stars'
Inside Edition's Jim Moret rode in the notorious SUV last year with Mike Gilbert, O.J.'s former agent, who owns the vehicle.
The white Ford Bronco used in O.J. Simpson's slow-speed chase in June 1994 is one of the most infamous vehicles in history.
It will be featured Monday night on the History Channel's hit show, Pawn Stars. On the upcoming episode, they will reveal whether or not they decided to buy the car.
Inside Edition discovered it inside a garage in central California last year. It's owner is Simpson’s former agent Mike Gilbert, who stashed it away and out of sight for more than 20 years.
“It’s part of American history,” he told Inside Edition.
On the night of June 17, 1994, 90 million people around the world watched the surreal pursuit live on TV. Simpson was crouched in the backseat as his buddy, Al “A.C.” Cowlings led police on the L.A. Freeway.
Cowlings, who was also a former NFL player, was Simpson’s best friend. He was on the phone with police as the drama unfolded.
The Bronco is estimated to be worth between $300,000 and $1 million.
Simpson, who is serving time at the Lovelock Correctional Facility in Nevada for an armed robbery conviction, was granted parole last month.
He will be released in October.
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