White Bronco driven in OJ Simpson's 1994 police chase to be pawned

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The infamous white Bronco from O.J. Simpson's 1994 police chase on the Los Angeles 405 freeway will be featured on the Las Vegas-based reality television show Pawn Stars, the A&E Network confirmed to USA TODAY Sports.

Gilbert wants $500,00 but the outlet reports that the show's host, Rick Harrison, has never paid higher than $128,000 for an item.

According to TMZ, the episode in which Gilbert appears on Pawn Stars takes place next Monday.

With "O.J. Simpson: Made in America" debuting massive ratings and acclaim, and the former football star recently being granted parole, this is likely a case of "strike while the iron is hot".

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"I drove it around and it felt a little odd, but it runs great", he told the Post. He purchased the vehicle from A.C. Cowlings-who was driving Simpson toward the Mexico border during the slow-speed chase during the Hall of Fame running back's murder investigation-at some point in the 1990s.

Simpson's former agent, Mike Gilbert, now owns the vehicle, the Post reported. He reportedly bought from Cowlings for $75,000.

He is set to be released in October. Gilbert said Simpson is the one person to whom he would not sell the Bronco.

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