A year ago, nearly everything Aaron Hernandez being auctioned was getting scooped up for crazy high prices. A jersey went for over a thousand dollars and recently someone tried to auction off his jail ID until ebay intervened and shut it down.
Back in March, a secret jailhouse message book supposedly by Hernandez sold for two thousand dollars, but the owner of a 2001 Grand Marquis once owned by the former New England Patriots football player is having trouble unloading on ebay. The car was driven by Hernandez during his college days as a Florida Gator and you can only imagine what kind of black light confessionals you could find on that upholstery! The current owner states that he purchased the car right after Hernandez was drafted, and the original bill of sale comes with the car showing that he paid $8,000 for it when he originally bought it.
Interestingly enough, if you think the car looks familiar, well it’s the kind favored by many policeman back in the day so it might have been a bit of foreshadowing on his part when he bought it.
Here’s everything you can get for this piece of ‘memorabilia’:
You are bidding on a 2001 Mercury Grand Marquis that was previously owned by former NFL Star Aaron Hernandez. Hernandez owned the car during his years as a Florida Gator and I purchased the car directly from him after he was drafted. Included is the clear title, receipts from various accessory purchases for the car ($2600 in audio equipment that is still in the car),his registration and insurance card. The original bill of sale signed by Mr. Hernandez is with the car and you can see where he paid over $8,000 for the car at the time of purchase.The car has been garage kept for the last 2 years and is in great shape. There is only 80,9XX miles! The car is available for local pick-up in Nashville, TN or can be delivered in person for an additional $599. Thanks and Good Luck
The Grand Marquis is currently up on eBay (the favored place to sell convicted murderers items), but it’s only had one bid at$4,999.99 with only two days to go. Many times, when a celebrity has just been indicted, there memorabilia gets hot up through their conviction. Not long after, people lose interest as attention spans nowadays are that of a gnat.