O.J. Simpson's parole hearing on July 20 in Nevada has many people thinking about the past and the famous 1994 police chase in Los Angeles.
The chase followed the deaths of Simpson's ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ron Goldman.
The Bronco didn't actually belong to Simpson, it belonged to his friend, A.C. Cowlings.
After the murder trials, Cowlings sold the bronco to Simpson's former agent for $75,000.
The Bronco then sat for 17 years.
In 2012, it was sold to a man affiliated with the Luxor hotel-casino and it was brought to Las Vegas.
It sat outside the property to promote the casino's sports memorabilia exhibit.
For some reason, that deal soured and the Bronco was taken to a garage in central California.
Now, it is on display at a museum in Tennessee.
Some say that it is the second most-viewed vehicle in American history. The vehicle that JFK was killed in is the most-viewed vehicle.