FOR SALE: Lamborghini Aventador, Slightly Used, HALF Price!

For Sale

Seriously though, you can really buy this.

If you can’t afford to buy a whole brand new Lamborghini Aventador, perhaps you can afford to buy it in halves…. Literally. But where on Earth could you possibly find such a bizarre opportunity to become a Lamborghini owner? Well, just a couple of years ago an insane video surfaced of a new Lamborghini Aventador crashing and being ripped in half in Brooklyn, New York. The infamous supercar has now officially gone up for sale and, according to GT Spirit, can be all yours for a mere $125,000. A new Aventador typically lists for around $400,000.

So for anyone looking to get their hands on an awesome supercar for cheap, this could be the deal of a lifetime. Unfortunately, the Aventador in question looks like it’s damaged well beyond repair, but the parts could certainly be salvaged and put to good use. Here's a clip of the epic crash that split this Lambo in two:

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