stonebit: The Ford Bronco would never recover from the association with OJ running from the cops. Ford realized they had to change the name of the popular car in order to recover from poor sales after the highly publicized car chase. After much discussion, a new name was chosen: the Ford Escape.
MFAWG: It was more like an ‘amble’, or maybe a ‘stroll’.
RedDolphinSquirtGun: The limmo driver pulls up to his house the night of the murder to give him a ride to the airport.
There are no other cars on the street in front of OJs house.
The driver knocks on the door anyway, no answer.
A white Bronco pulls up, parks, and a dark figure gets out and goes inside the house.
Lights come on inside the house.
The driver goes up and knocks again.
This time OJ answers and says he overslept and will be right down.
OJ denied he left his house that night.
DogBoneSalesman: For all you young ones that was Al Cowlings driving. OJ was hiding in the back of the Bronco.
MissRockNerd: After watching the 30 for 30 documentary on OJ’s infamous bronco ride, it seems like OJ was threatening to shoot himself for the entire ride. I think that’s a big part of why it became the worlds most famous low speed chase. The police didn’t want tempers to escalate so they surrounded him and worked for hours to persuade him to give himself up.
Thunder-duck: I need to find a res version of this to frame.
alc59: must have been ~~laying~~ hiding in the back seat, you know… like all innocent people would do
T1620: He was listening to a basketball game and didn’t want to miss it. That’s why this all happened.
souffie: Did the city really need to send 30 police cars after him? Wouldn’t three have been plenty?
hopl0phile: Cover photo from OJ’s new book “If I had been involved in the world’s most boring police chase.”
Roadguy: Looks like a bad 80,s movie. Wheres Bulushi and Ackroid?