Hands Down, This Is The Cheapest Lamborghini Huracan Ever

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A picture says a thousand words. This couldn't be more accurate.

We’re always on the lookout for hot supercar bargains. With the main exception of Ferraris, most supercars do decrease in value somewhat over the years. However, regular maintenance, fuel costs and other related issues will keep operating costs fairly high, regardless if you got a killer deal or not. But this particular Lamborghini Huracan is not only dirt cheap, it won’t cost you a thing to maintain. Literally. Coming to us directly from Louisiana are the remains of this...uh, we think it’s a Lamborghini.

Well, it is, according to the salvage title. Once upon a time, it was a 2015 Huracan with a value of around $236,055. Clearly it’s been burnt to a crisp, and the provided State Farm Insurance info does offer a VIN, but that’s about it. Primary damage? Total burn. Vehicle won’t start? No crap. We don’t know the circumstances that caused the fire leading to the Huracan’s total destruction, but it’s expected to have a salvage price of just $5. And there you have it. The world’s cheapest Lamborghini Huracan, now very much a waste of $5. Photos courtesy of IAAI.com

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