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The auction house selling this is dreaming.








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This Continental GT is currently up for sale through Salvage Autos Auction, where the hopeful seller estimates its value at a crazy $56,657, in addition to an estimated repair cost of $61,473 ( We don't think its repairable )

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The only reason a burnt car gets bought is for a clip, since all 4 corners are absolutely burned and no parts are salvageable this car is completely worthless
 
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it's not even the new face lift, id pay maximum 10 grand as a shell, because you can get a used bentley for that price
 

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Must be a huge joke. Like seriously. If I was dying for a bentley, I'd just spend the 50K renting one filled with strippers, and I'd still have a ton left over
 

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These cars used with higher miles go for that kind of price so I don't know where the seller is getting these numbers.
 

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Pretty sure a car that size is worth about $500 in scrap value. EDIT: A Ford F-250 weighs the same and scraps for about $450, so yeah.
 

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I guess there is that slight chance there is someone out there who's into collecting burnt to a crisp exotics
 
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