Add the Bonnie and Clyde Death Car to Your Macabre Bucket List

Have you heard of the Bonnie and Clyde death car laden with over one hundred bullet holes? You can see it on display in its glass enclosure. 

Although the couple never took much money during their robberies, their murderous actions captured the attention of the American public and the FBI. If you want to see this iconic piece of history in person, read on!

Bonnie and Clyde captured the attention of the country during the Great Depression. They traveled across the central United States, robbing banks, gas stations, and funeral homes.

Who Were Bonnie and Clyde?

Bonnie and Clyde were caught in Bienville Parish, Louisiana. Police had set up a roadblock, and when the couple tried to escape, the officers opened fire on the vehicle. 

What Is the Bonnie and Clyde Death Car?

With numerous warrants out for their arrest for robbery, auto theft, theft, escape, assault, and murder in multiple states, the officers knew this notorious couple was dangerous.

This vehicle took over one hundred bullets on that day in May. Today, it’s a piece of history and a reminder of the ruthless acts committed by the notorious duo.

A carnival owner rented the car and then fully purchased the Ford V8. In 1988, after touring the country, the bullet-ridden car was sold to Primadonna Resorts Inc. for $250,000.

What Happened to the Car After Bonnie and Clyde’s Deaths?

After many tours around the country in various carnivals and exhibits, the Ford V8 now rests in a casino at Whiskey Pete’s in Primm, Nevada.

Where Can You See the Bonnie and Clyde Death Car?

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