The 1996 BMW 750iL carrying slain rapper Tupac Shakur the night he was shot to death in Las Vegas 25 years ago on Tuesday is up for sale for a cool $1.7 million, according to TMZ.
The bullet holes have since been repaired and the Bimmer has been restored to its original condition, according to the gossip website.
The car is currently on display at the Celebrity Cars Las Vegas showroom — not too far from where the fatal shooting took place.
Death Row Records co-founder and CEO Suge Knight was at the wheel on September 7, 1996, when another vehicle pulled alongside them and opened fire, hitting Shakur, seated on the passenger side, multiple times with .40 caliber rounds. Knight was grazed by the bullets.
The “Hit Em Up” rapper was rushed to the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, where he was pronounced dead six days later on the 13th.
Tupac’s killer has never been brought to justice.
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