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Video: Ferrari graveyard spotted after supercar pileup

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

Published February 6, 2012
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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 on death row, waiting to be scrapped. Included is the white Ferrari Testarossa and several F360s all looking rather sorry for themselves.

Source: CarBuzz

See the video below:

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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.

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