O.J. Simpson's Ford Bronco

Okay, so it wasn't really O.J.'s Bronco — it was his buddy A.C. Cowlings', who famously drove the Juice during the legendary low-speed chase in 1994. Yet most everyone would agree it's best known as O.J. Simpson's Ford Bronco. Purchased from Cowlings by O.J.'s former sports agent Mike Gilbert, the white 1993 model is now on display at the Alcatraz East Crime Museum in Pigeon Forge, TN, and available for the right price. TMZ reports that Gilbert is looking for a sizable amount for the vehicle, and is willing to sell to anyone... assuming your name isn't Orenthal James Simpson.

  • Daft Punk's Roland TR-909

    Daft Punk's 1997 album Homework was both groundbreaking and an opening salvo from a band that would influence music for the following decades. Now you can own a piece of the hardware used to make it. This Roland TR-909 is the one Thomas Bangalter used during production, and comes programmed with the original presets for the track "Revolution 909". A rare chance to own a piece of music history, and a working instrument as well.

  • Dharma Initiative Beer

    It's been over seven years since we saw Jack's eyes close in the same way they opened at the beginning of Lost in 2004. The series about the survivors of Oceanic Airlines Flight 815 and the mysterious island they inhabited still holds a place in the minds of those who watched it. These three cans of Dharma Initiative Beer are a perfect way to pay tribute to the show in your own bar. Curiously, two of the cans feature heavy soiling and distress, while the third is opened, slightly crushed, and yet in far better condition, suggesting Sawyer (or one of the other characters, but let's be honest, it was probably him) may have enjoyed it during filming.

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