Published: Thu, March 02, 2017
Life&Culture | By Kristin Armstrong

Tupac Shakur's death vehicle on sale

Tupac Shakur's death vehicle on sale

The BMW, which was riddled with bullet holes, has just over 90,000 miles and is being sold through Moments in Time for $1.5 million.

Tupac's last public photograph was taken as he was riding in the auto with Death Row Records co-founder Suge Knight on September 7, 1996, in Las Vegas.

The asking price is $1.5 million if you're in the market for a vehicle that a famous rapper was shot in.

The BMW 750IL in which Tupac Shakur was shot and killed has gone on sale for $1.5 million.

At the time of the drive-by shooting which ultimately claimed Shakur's life, the vehicle was owned by his manager, Suge Knight.

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Shakur was shot and killed in the BMW on September 7, 1996. Given this fact, there will certainly be many people that will be interested in the BMW. The selling price is roughly 700 percent higher than the price of an average H1.

Arguably one of the most infamous cars in crime history is now up for auction.

It remains available to buy on the dealer's website. RR Auction only revealed that the buyer is from the Midwestern United States. It was eventually auctioned off and switched ownership several times before being purchased by Moments in Time, according to TMZ.

The sale comes ahead of a biopic on the "Hit Em Up" hitmaker - All Eyez on Me, named after the last album released while he was still alive.

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