RAA- You have the insurance quote, then? Can you post a copy of it? LR tire looks messed up, LR toe link is missing, carbon fiber quarter panel is blasted, the rear subframe looks tweaked, etc. And the condition of the battery is unknown? I doubt the insurance company even pulled the front pan to see how the c.f. crash box held up underneath. Is anyone going to bid on this car? If so, what would you think it is actually worth in this condition?!!!!
Last edited by chris22104; 01-21-2012 at 08:22 PM. Reason: typo
This car is nothing more than a parts car. Don't let anyone fool you.
No estimate was written; this was considered an OTL (obvious total loss) once the Insurance company was told the parts availability was 6-months out. This is pretty common practice on new model year high end cars; I sold a new model year Mercedes CLS550 with 840 miles on it for the same reason – repairable damage but a wire harness was 4-months out from the factory.
This is up for auction tomorrow (Jan 31st) and the current high proxy bid online is $34,000.
The main fuse was reinstalled this morning and the battery is still “Alive.”
Parts is parts!
Sold for $41,900 plus $500 auction fees.
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