Bonnie and Clyde car – The blood-soaked death car still creates quite a stir

Bonnie and Clyde carBonnie and Clyde car is the vehicle that Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow used to drive in early 1934. The notorious duo stole the V8 Ford, of course, and drove it around the Midwest. While they were driving the famous Bonnie and Clyde car they robbed and killed people until the joyride has finally come to an end. Lawmen found then and punctured the car, as well as Bonnie and Clyde, with more than 100 armor-piercing bullets. It’s not easy to forget such a wild story nor the car that witnessed all of their shenanigans.

Thus, the location of the Bonnie and Clyde car has often been hard to find as it was when the drivers were alive. The Bonnie and Clyde car is a bulled-ridden, blood-splattered vehicle that became an instant attraction. There is not a single soul that doesn’t want to see it and take a picture of it.

Bonnie and Clyde car – The blood-soaked death car still creates quite a stir

Bonnie and Clyde carFor a certain period of time, the Bonnie and Clyde car was in the Museum of Antique Autos in Princeton. Then, in 1970s, we could find it at a Nevada race track. Back then, people could sit in the car for a dollar. Ten years later in was in a Las Vegas car museum and a decade after that in a casino near the Nevada state line. After all those places it went on a tour to other casinos in Missouri, Iowa and northern Nevada.

What made things even more complicated was the existence of all the fake Bonnie and Clyde Death cars. Finally, the Bonnie and Clyde car was parked at its home casino in Primm, Nevada. It sits on a carpet next to the main cashier cage. The other not-so-great news are that nobody can now sit in the Bonnie and Clyde car or touch it. The panels of glass protect this unique piece of machinery and makes snapshots quite difficult.

Be that as it may, the exterior is still impressive as ever, even though you can’t stick your fingers in the holes. So, how much money has the Bonnie and Clyde car made over its long carrier? It would be difficult to say. The good thing is that now, the car in on display for free – 24 hours a day. Check it out!