This Is What A $12,000 Rolls-Royce Wraith Looks Like

For Sale

It may be completely destroyed, but at least its cheap.

When we saw a 2015 Rolls Royce Wraith for sale for just $12,900, we couldn't wait to see what was wrong with it. A brand-new Wraith has a starting price of $304,350, so this one must have been in some sort of horrific accident. This particular Wraith is currently being auctioned off on Copart.com, although the seller's reserve has not yet been met. The car itself is located in West Palm Beach Florida, where it seems the car hasn't really been stored with care. In addition to the massive damage, the once plush interior looks like it is covered in dust.

We can only speculate about what type of accident caused such extensive damage, but it is clear that this was no ordinary fender bender. You can still make out that it is a Rolls Royce, but it doesn't look like a single body panel survived without any damage. Although, the 6.6-liter twin-turbo V12 doesn't look to be too extensively damaged. If the engine was still operable, $12,900 might not be a bad price for a 624-horsepower V12 engine.

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