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Expensive car crash.

Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by lswhitecivic, Dec 5, 2011.

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    chances are they were fucking flying
     
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    says they were doing 80-100mph? thats not too fast considering these are supercars; mustve been tightly packed to be a wreck of this size.

    $4 million US? seems like half of these arent even worth $100k let a lone add up to $2 million.

    also they noted most of the drivers were "foregin car enthusiasts."

    im actually surprised these werent like super rare ones or anything that is newer like a 456. seems like everytime i read about super collectables, its always, "an un-named japanese/hong kong business man purchased the car."
     
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