OJ Simpson's Former Agent Hawks Infamous White Bronco On Pawn Stars

OJ Simpson's Former Agent Hawks Infamous White Bronco On Pawn Stars

But Gilbert, who's planning to give the $500,000 to his children, is trying to strike a Pawn-Star-history-making deal.

According to a report by TMZ Sports, the infamous white Bronco that housed O.J. Simpson during a police chase back in 1994 might be up for sale through Pawn Stars.

According to USA TODAY Sports, the vehicle will appear on an August 14 episode on the History channel.

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The show has never seen pawn shop manager Rick Harrison dole out that kind of cash, so it could be an interesting negotiation.

"It's in unbelievable shape", Harrison told the New York Post, via USA TODAY. Pawn Stars personality Rick Harrison, who co-owns World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop, told the New York Post: "It's in fantastic shape". "I drove it around and it felt a little odd, but it runs great".

The Bronco reportedly has been in Gilbert's possession for more than 20 years, since he purchased it from the original owner and Simpson's close friend, A.C. Cowlings. Simpson on his slow-speed chase down Los Angeles' 405 freeway. The former football star, who is serving prison time for a Las Vegas robbery in September of 2007, was granted parole last month and will be a free man in October, as reported by the Associated Press.

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