You Won't Believe How Much This Wrecked Aventador Sold For

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This is not a smart purchase.

With a price tag that’s barely under $400K, the LamborghiniAventador isn’t what we’d call cheap. Finding an Aventador at a price that’s relativelyaffordable is impossible right now since the supercar is still relatively new. Thisextremely damaged Aventador should’ve gone for scraps, but recently sold for awhopping total of $100,000. The previous owner couldn’t handle the Aventador’s 6.5-literV12 engine and managed to roll the supercar in a major accident at the Dubaidocks.

The new owner of the heavily damaged Lambo resides in theUnited Arab Emirates and plans to return the Aventador to its original form. That’sdefinitely going to be an uphill battle.

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