The white Bronco is privately owned by a collector who snapped it up for a reported $75,000 after the civil trial.

“It’s well taken care of. It’s not on the street,” owner Michael Pulwer told The News, declining to name the SUV’s exact storage location.

He said he gets about five to 10 requests a year from people or organizations wanting to rent the world-famous wheels for exhibition.

It was transported to Connecticut two years ago to serve as a prop for a party hosted by The Brant Foundation Art Study Center in Greenwich. That same year it was on display at the Luxor hotel in Vegas.

“I think someday, somebody will want to have it in a museum of famous or infamous cars,” Pulwer said. “But on this anniversary, I think we should care more about the people who were killed than the white Bronco.”

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