The previous owner of this Pagani Zonda Roadster was killed in a tragic accident but the car itself is still salvageable - for a price.
Painful as it may be to view these images, the previous owner of this Pagani Zonda 7.3 Roadster was actually killed in an accident while driving it. Despite that tragedy, what's left of the supercar is now up for sale. According to GT Spirit, Zonda chassis number 76041 originally had a yellow exterior with a black leather interior and was built for an owner in Singapore. That guy had it repainted pink (seriously?!) but later sold it to a dealership in the UK who in turn put it up for auction at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.
Its next owner then repainted it matte red before changing it once again to its present colors, black with Italian flag stripes on the hood. The Zonda was later sold once again, this time to a British property developer who, only days after taking possession, was tragically killed when he lost control while driving. He wasn't wearing a seatbelt and was thrown from the car. Actual damage to the Zonda consists of the driver's door having been ripped off, some destroyed body panels and "damage to the left front chassis leg and front off side suspension." Engine, transmission and other mechanicals are in good shape with the exception of an external oil feed that needs repair.
Interested buyers will also be pleased to know the seller managed to collect all parts that broke off from the accident site. The website that originally posted the sales ad claims it's possible to rebuild the Zonda but the cost, as expected, will be through the roof since it will likely need to be sent back to the Pagani factory in Modena, Italy. Unfortunately, the current sticker price wasn't listed.