At auction sell a bunch of iron from the burned down Ferrari 458 Spider 2014 release In AmericaOctober 14, 2019
A California used car auction put up a “unique” lot for sale. There is practically nothing left of the car: it is possible to identify the Italian supercar only by fragments of a single rim.
The famous American auction house Copart announced the start of bidding for the 2014 completely burned 2014 Ferrari 458 Spider. Judging by the photos, a compact pile of ash with several metal parts is offered for sale. At first glance it is clear that this scrap metal is not subject to recovery. And, most likely, the car will be purchased for the sake of documents and identification number.
The initial bet on the “remains” of the once luxurious coupe begins with a mark of $ 275,000. The most interesting thing is that there is a buyer. In America, such lots are in demand. Of course, the main price is for the original set of documents and the remaining parts of the chassis with a VIN code.
Therefore, in the near future on sale may appear “not broken, not dyed Ferrari.” However, it will not be possible to register it in America. All used cars there are tracked by the competent authorities. So the burnt Ferrari 458 Spider will be legalized outside the United States.
It is likely that the remains of the Italian coupe will be used in more legal matters. For example, this pile of rusty iron can become one of the art objects of any exhibition.
Meanwhile, Paul Walker’s collection of cars will be sold at auction. 21 cars from the movie star Paul Walker collection will be auctioned next January.
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