Video: Ferrari Graveyard from Japan’s Supercar Pileup

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A few of the crumpled supercars damaged in the world’s most expensive pileup have been spied at a local car park waiting to be scrapped.

Two months ago the world's most expensive car pileup took place in Japan with estimated damage to the eight Ferraris and the Lamborghini involved priced at $4 million.

And now this new video shows a selection of the supercars involved in the accident at a parking lot where the cars were taken after the reckless mishap. Included is the white Ferrari Testarossa and several F360s all looking rather sorry for themselves.

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