A dealer from the United States will give money from the sale of supercars affected by coronavirusApril 9, 2020
Dealer center Ash Crest Collection from Fort Wayne, Indiana, intends to give all the proceeds from the sale of seven supercars to local businesses and families affected by coronavirus. Thus, the company decided to contribute to the fight against the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
At the moment, two rare Porsche 911s have already been sold: a 360-horsepower GT3 of the 2004 model and a two-year GT2 RS with a 700-horsepower engine and a mileage of 418 kilometers. For both cars, the dealer earned about $ 500,000.
Five more sports cars are available for purchase: two red Ferrari F430 Spider 2006 and 2007 (with a range of 9.3 thousand and 402 kilometers respectively), a yellow-black Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 of 2013 with a manual transmission, as well as an American classic in the form two Chevrolet Corvette 1966 and 1967. For all cars, the dealer plans to get about a million dollars.
In its appeal to customers, the company recalls that the proceeds from the sale of cars go to charity, therefore, asks to be sympathetic to the prices set for cars.
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