JonBenét Ramsey Memorabilia Collector Selling Murdered Tot's Tricycle For $100,000

JonBenét Ramsey Memorabilia Tricycle Sale
Source: Twitter, Andrew Novick

Jan. 3 2019, Updated 4:26 p.m. ET

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The quirky Colorado memorabilia collector who made a documentary about the beloved tricycle once owned by slain beauty queen JonBenét Ramsey now wants to sell it to the highest bidder, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned. Click through the gallery to find out more.

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JonBenét Ramsey Memorabilia Tricycle Sale
Source: Andrew Novick

Andrew Novick told Radar he wants to unload the pink three-wheeler that he’s owned for 22 years at a negotiable price of $100,000 since it is currently just sitting the garage at his Denver home collecting dust.

JonBenét Ramsey Memorabilia Tricycle Sale
Source: Andrew Novick

“Once I made the movie it kinda made the tricycle famous, and, I think, if I’m going to sell it, now would be the time,” said the eccentric 49-year-old man who displays his collection of pop culture memorabilia on his website www.isaveeverything.com. “I kind of have gotten my use from it so I think someone else can take it on its next journey,” he added.

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JonBenét Ramsey Memorabilia Tricycle Sale
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Novick was living in Boulder, Colo., in 1996 when innocent 6-year-old Ramsey was found sexually abused and strangled inside her parent’s swanky home on Christmas.

JonBenét Ramsey Memorabilia Tricycle Sale
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Weeks later after learning the Ramsey family had moved out of the tragic house, Novick discovered the tricycle while rummaging through a pile of discarded family items left in an alley behind the home.

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JonBenét Ramsey Memorabilia Tricycle Sale
Source: Andrew Novick

Novick, who along with millions in America became obsessed with the murder, decided to produce a documentary about the mystery simply called JonBenét’s Tricycle that featured in film festivals across the United States.

JonBenét Ramsey Memorabilia Tricycle Sale
Source: Andrew Novick

“Collecting the tricycle spawned ideas, spawned creativity – and it keeps the story alive,” Novick explained to Radar. “It’s a tragic story where a child died and never really got justice. So, part of the movie is showing how we deal with this kind of tragedy and how keeping the story going and maybe they will arrest somebody.”

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