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Monday, May 19, 2014
Luxury Car Graveyard In Dubai Makes Car Lovers Cry
Original source : http://fanaticosporcarro.com.br Posted : April 2014 Author : fanaticosporcarro
We’ve grown accustomed to seeing some of the top luxury cars
on the streets of Dubai, a place where owning a Porsche 911 labels you as being
poor, home of some of the most extravagant diamond covered cars and the most
expensive police cars in the world! But what happens to all these high end cars when the new
model comes out or you’re fleeing the country due to embezzlement?
The answer to the first part of the question is that you try to sell
your old car in order to get the new model because it makes sense and we
wouldn’t want anyone to see you in a 2013 car, it’s exactly like the iphone
but for filthy rich grown-ups. The answer to the second part of the question might give Richard
Hammond or Jeremy Clarkson a heart attack.
These pictures speak for themselves:
So you’ll be leaving the country and don’t know what to
do with your existing car? The answer seems simple for these people, just leave
it in the streets, you’re gonna buy another one anyway.
All these cars are dusty and due to the high temperature
and long term exposure to the Sun it’s unlikely to ever be used again.
Every few months auctions are being held trying to sell
some of the most expensive cars in the world ranging from limited edition
Ferrari cars to Oldsmobile or collector items.
Unless you get this abandoned Delorean to work and go back
to when they were still functioning and maybe save some of them.
The most heart breaking piece of them all was this Limited
Edition $1.5 Million Ferrari
Only 399 pieces were ever made and it brings tears to
any car enthusiast to see it in such a condition.
Fortunately the car was in a good condition enough to be
auctioned off and end up with someone who can truly appreciate it.