The video went viral and now the exact car is up for sale on CoPart.com for an absolute bargain at $75000. What do you get for your money? We will let Sean Steele, The previous owner take it from here:
“There could be water in the engine, in the transmission. If there is water in the interior where the electronics are, chances are it’s going to have some pretty substantial damage,”
This could be your chance to buy a Lamborghini Huracan originally worth £189K for a snip of the price at £52000, Free water included.