Hip Hop’s most morbid whip is set to hit the market for a jaw-dropping $1.5 million.
The BMW was initially impounded by the Las Vegas Police Department following Pac’s death, but went on to switch ownership several times after it was auctioned off.
Although the car has been fully restored, with no visible bullet holes, indentations from the shooting are still present.
On September 7, 1996, Tupac was riding in the passenger’s seat of the BMW, with Suge Knight behind the wheel, when another vehicle pulled up and began shooting. Tupac was struck four times and died days later from his injuries.
No stranger to getting their hands on personal items once belonging to Tupac, Moments In Time has sold several items that belonged to the celebrated rapper.