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Tupac BMW Now On Sale For $1.75 Million In Las Vegas

The BMW Tupac Shakur was shot in is for sale at a staggering 1.75 million dollars.

Originally listed at 1.5 million dollars, the black E38 BMW 750Li now has a value of 1.7 million dollars and is for sale. In 2018, the car appeared in an episode of Pawn Stars on the History Channel. First leased by Death Row Records and having several owners since 1996, the most recent owner fully restored it.

Furthermore, it has 121,043 miles on the clock and comes with the original 5.4-litre engine and a five-speed automatic gearbox. Interestingly, dealers Celebrity Cars Las Vegas state that despite this, a small indentation on the car is visible. They believe the indentation is one of the bullet holes.

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Last photo of Tupac in BMW September 7, ’96

Tupac BMW Fired Upon On Las Vegas Strip

On the evening of September 7, 1996, both Tupac and Suge were sitting in the BMW stopped at a red light on East Flamingo and Koval Lane on the Vegas strip. With their entourage behind them, a car pulled up alongside them and shot into the BMW. The result of the shooting was that Tupac left fighting for his life. Six days later, on September 13, 1996, Tupac Shakur succumb to injuries sustained in the drive-by. He was twenty-five years old.

With the nature of the crime, Las Vegas Police took the BMW away for examination and later auctioned off. The new owner will be provided with documentation from Celebrity Cars Las Vegas proving its history and authenticity. However, potential buyers need to put a $20,000 refundable deposit down. This, undoubtedly, is a piece of not only music history but American and black history. Tupac, a son of a Black Panther, led the way for his generation to have a voice in a racist society. Many worldwide consider him a revolutionary, with issues he raised over twenty years ago still relevant today.

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The Tupac BMW is currently on display in the Celebrity Cars Las Vegas showroom. For more information on the vehicle visit Celebrity Cars Las Vegas here.


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