O.J. Simpson’s infamous white Bronco returns to television

In the episode, titled “If The Pawn Don’t Fit,”   Pawn Stars   personality Rick Harrison will test drive the Bronco and decide if he wants to shell out for this notorious piece of television and true crime history. Simpson for you, one of the most prominent items from the former football star’s infamous 1994 murder trial is returning to television. 14 at 10 p.m. Just in case American Crime Story, the O.J.: Made in America documentary, and news of Simpson’s parole from jail isn’t enough O.J. The white Ford Bronco, which featured in a “slow speed chase” on the 405 freeway 23 years ago, will appear in an Aug. The episode will air on Aug. The chase was the highest rated program of the year for basic cable, drawing 95 million viewers.  
Simpson was a passenger in the 1993 white Bronco while his friend AC Cowlings drove the car in   the famous “slow speed chase” on   June 17, 1994, five days after the murders of Simpson’s ex-wife, Nicole Brown, and Ron Goldman. ET on HISTORY. Mike Gilbert, the Bronco’s current owner and Simpson’s former sports agent, will try to pawn the car   at the Las Vegas-based World Famous Gold & Silver Pawn Shop. Rick Harrison did not immediately respond to EW’s requests for comment. Show Full Article The white Ford Bronco is reportedly a “million-dollar” item according to the episode description. 14 episode of History’s Pawn Stars,   EW can confirm.