The car Tupac Shakur was shot in has gone on sale for £1.3million —and it still has the bullet holes from the four gun shots that killed him.
The 1996 BMW 7 Series has been painstakingly restored after Tupac was gunned down in Las Vegas two decades ago.
A dealer is auctioning the motor off in the same city where Tupac was attacked before he died six days later.
It comes with a certificate showing it was originally leased by Death Row Records, which was founded by Suge Knight and legendary producer Dr Dre.
After Tupac’s murder Las Vegas Police reportedly sold it at auction and it passed through several collectors.
Vehicle identification numbers visible also match the car’s original documents.
The car has a black leather interior, the original 5.4-litre engine and a five-speed automatic gearbox.
It’s being sold by Celebrity Cars Las Vegas, who require a $20,000 (£15,000) refundable deposit from any interested buyers.
Despite his death in 1996, maybe fans believe Tupac is still alive.
In the subsequent 23 years, there have been numerous ‘sightings’ of the rapper, with some believing that he faked his death at the time.
Back in November fans dug up footage from a live news report in 2011 that they’re convinced shows Tupac in the background.
The rapper only appears for a matter of seconds but it is enough for many to enhance their theory that he hasn’t died and has, instead, made a new life for himself away from the spotlight.
In December conspiracy theorists dug up CCTV footage of Tupac at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas on the night he died.
They are convinced that the man in the video is actually a body double who was hired so Tupac could sneak out of the hotel undetected and begin a private life after faking his own death.