Tupac Shakur's Hummer of new to Auction
For the superfan with pockets of fat.
Diehard Tupac fans with a lot of cash to spend on luck. The late rapper's 1996 Hummer H1 is going back to the auction after the last buyer did not pay for the vehicle.
RR Auction will begin accepting bids from Tupac's old ride, 10 August, before the conclusion of the tender procedure, the 17 of August. The Hummer has been relisted at an estimated $100,000. The vehicle previously sold for $337,000 in May of 2016 to a bidder from Ohio, who dwells in the payments.
Tupac bought the Hummer on August 16, 1996, just a month before his death. RR Auction has been determined that it was likely that the last vehicle bought by the influential MC, adding a special touch to its value.
The SUV is equipped with a 6.5-liter turbo diesel V-8 engine with automatic transmission and comes with a plaque that says "YAKNPAK" in honor of Tupac friend Yaki "the Prince" of Kadafi. Also contains promotional cassettes for his double album All Eyez on Me, as well as Michael Jackson's Thriller.
The Hummer was fully customized by Tupac and has the following features:
The hardtop body with 38" Dick Cepek off-road lights, a 360 degree spotlight, a grill guard, diamond plate caps, GC Package, off-road vehicles, wheels and tires, and an external, public address system with three sirens; area on the rear driver's side fender bears white lettering, "Eliminator." The interior is trimmed in burl wood with beige leather upholstery and provides a 12-disc Clarion sound system, Sony GPS, a central tire inflation system, air conditioning, rear sliding glass window, privacy glass, full power options, and 12,000-pound winch.
Tupac "What I Think" original manuscript of the poem, a handwritten letter and signed photo from when he was arrested in Clinton Correctional facility are also up for auction.
More information in the RR Auction.