First-Ever Wrecked Lamborghini Huracán For Sale

A Lamborghini for sale at an asking price of $7,300. Can it be? It can, but this particular example needs some work. Scratch that. It needs a lot of work.

Remember the Lamborghini Huracán that wrecked in Hungary? Well, it’s for sale, and seven grand and some change get you its remnants.

The burnt remains of the $250,000+ exotic were pulled from the M7 highway by Hungarian police after the driver and his co-pilot stupidly pushed the car to triple-digits on a public highway highway and lost control. The car smashed through a guardrail and caught fire, charring the entire vehicle to the ground. Fortunately, both men survived without many injuries, but to say that the Lamborghini has seen better days might be an understatement.

But that’s not stopping scrapyard enthusiasts from jumping all over the Huracán remains. In fact, just one of the carbon-ceramic brakes from the Italian supercar is going for $1,230 in a separate auction. Maybe there is some value left in the car-be-que after all… what do you think?

Sean is a staff writer for GM Authority and Motrolix. When's he's not busy taking in local automotive culture, he's probably detailing his car.

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