This trash can is different from the usual trash can. This is because this trash can is filled with automotive waste such as supercars that are no longer used by their owners.
Regarding the reasons for not being used anymore, most of these cars are damaged in accidents so that they cannot be repaired for one reason or another. The supercar here is also not arbitrary. Luxury brands such as Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Mercedes-Benz are also thrown in this trash.
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The damage suffered by supercars that have been dumped by their owners is also very diverse, ranging from minor damage to serious damage so that it cannot be restored.
The number cannot be counted, because in this area there are so many luxury cars that have been abandoned.
For example, the Lamborghini Huracan, Ferrari GTO, Rolls-Royce, to the Mercedes G63 AMG, have officially become residents of this scrapyard.
However, all the cars here are still in good condition and seem to be repairable.
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Of the many cars that have been piled up, there is a 2006 Ferrari 612 Scaglietti that still has a very good interior appearance.
According to information, this car is a rare item and has a very low kilometer.
Not only supercars but here you can also see a luxurious double-cabin pickup, namely the Cadillac Escalade pick-up.
This big black car is in quite a good condition. If restored, it seems that not too many components have been replaced.
Another European supercar that occupies this “luxury” trash can is the Mercedes-Benz AMG GT. This golden yellow car is lying covered in dust. It is not known what kind of damage it was. But it looks like the damaged left front wheel looks like this car was “dumped” due to an accident.