If you have ever wanted to buy a Pagani Zonda Roadster but have never had quite enough funds, this could be the perfect opportunity for you. Up for sale is a damaged Zonda Roadster with a selling price that’s a lot less than half of the brand new price tag.
For just 117,067 euros (approximately AU$148,012) you could have your very own slice of automotive exotica sitting your garage. Whether you can actually drive it or not is another matter.
According to the advertisement, most of the damage is cosmetic, with various panels damaged on the left side. The front left guard is also completely torn off, and there is a big chunk missing from the rear sill panel.
On the other side, it looks much worse, with a badly damaged door, a vacant space where the sill panel usually sits, and a bent steering system.
Luckily, most of the shrapnel from the crash comes with the sale, so you can… we don’t know, sticker tap it back on? The body of the Pagani is made from carbon fibre which means it’ll likely need brand new panels.
The seller says all of the mechanical equipment is in good working order, aside from one fractured oil feed. This means you get a bespoke 7.3-litre naturally aspirated AMG-developed V12 engine to play with – maybe useful for a conversion of some sort? The engine produces 530kW.
The poor car is located in Germany. More information can be found at the original advertisement website.