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Pagani Zonda F Destroyed In Hong Kong Crash

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Pagani Zonda F meets its end on a Hong Kong street

Pagani Zonda F meets its end on a Hong Kong street

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This grisly scene depicts the demise of one of just 25 Pagani Zonda F supercars ever produced. The crash took place in Hong Kong, which was also the scene of a previous Zonda (non-F) crash.

The accident--we can only assume this wasn't intentional, though it's clearly the result of some careless driving--has essentially demolished the carbon fiber beauty. The roadside scene gives the appearance of an impromptu yard sale for incredibly expensive, if slightly used, fenders, mirrors and other miscellaneous parts.

On the bright side, the remaining Pagani Zonda F owners probably just saw their cars appreciate slightly in value, rewarding them for not being supercar-destroying idiots--though a perfectly preserved Zonda F should be its own reward. At least one other Zonda F was also destroyed in 2008 in Poland.

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  1. Thats not destroyed the wheels are still attached!!! Be up and running in no time, LMAO
     
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  2. Rich people are just trying to make news about who had the biggest most famous crash now days. They do it for fame, because they can afford another one!!! I would like to keep the wreak though!
     
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  3. I am going to kill someone what an ass!!!!!
     
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  4. ey, if you have the money to buy that car then you should be free to drive it in whatever way it pleases you and the only thing that should stop you from doing so should be a wall, a post or the back of another car!
     
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  5. People that buy these cars should definitely drive them. They aren't antiques, they're supposed to be driven. I just wish they were more careful with them.
     
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  6. Looks like this one wasn't the driver's fault, seems he was hit head-on by a pickup and pushed into that line of parked cars. Can't imagine the other driver's gonna be able to pay for that!
     
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