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Car where Tupac Shakur was fatally shot on sale for US$1.75 Million

The car where Tupac Shakur was killed, a bullet-riddled BMW 7-Series, is now up for sale for a staggering price of US$1.75 Million.

Tupac Shakur car
Via Celebrity Cars Las Vegas official website

According to Celebrity Cars Las Vegas, the car has been on the market for years. While they have received more than 30 offers from interested buyers and collectors, no one is willing yet to pay the high price. Regardless, they refuse to give it lower than the asking price because they believe that this is a “one-of-a-kind piece”.

Before Celebrity Cars Las Vegas, Tupac’s ’96 BMW 750IL was originally leased under Death Row Records. It first appeared in the reality series  Pawn Stars back in 2018.

It would be recalled that Pac died in the car in a Las Vegas drive-by shooting in 1996. According to the seller, this is the first time it has ever been up for sale or on display since his death in 1996.

Tupac Shakur car

The Tupac Shakur’s car has had several owners since the shooting but the most recent one put it through a full restoration. There is a small indention where they believe could be one of the bullet holes, but the car has been completely restored. The new owner of the car will be provided with documentation to prove ownership and history.

It is worth noting that before any offers to buy the car are submitted, Celebrity Cars Las Vegas requires a US$20,000 refundable deposit to accompany any offer along with a signed confidentiality agreement.

As of this writing, the car is being displayed at Celebrity Cars Las Vegas showroom and is still up for sale.


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