Video: American Dealer Will Give Money From & Nbsp; Sale Of Supercars To Victims Of & Nbsp; Coronavirus
The Ash Crest Collection dealership, located in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and specializing in the sale of sports and supercars, decided to donate all the money from the sale of cars to small local businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Dupont Registry portal told about it.
The dealership has already sold two rare Porsche 911s for this purpose - a 360hp GT3 from 2004 and a 700hp GT2 RS 2018 with a range of only 418 kilometers. For both cars, they raised almost $ 500,000 (37.9 million rubles).
- There are five more cars left for sale: two Ferrari F430 Spiders from 2006 and 2007 (the last traveled only 402 kilometers), a rare 2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 with "mechanics", as well as two Chevrolet Corvette from 1966 and 1967. It is planned to receive about a million dollars (75.8 million rubles) for them.
- The management of Ash Crest Collection explained their action by the fact that at the present time money in the form of investments "should not stand in the garage, but help the local economy." All cars are sold at average market prices, and buyers are asked not to bargain, because all funds go to charity.
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