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Ferrari, Bentley, Aston, Mercedes: The Most Expensive Wreck This Week

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Expensive wreck in Monaco. Image via Autogespot.

Expensive wreck in Monaco. Image via Autogespot.

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What you see here is photographic evidence of what is very likely the most expensive wreck this week. What brought it about? We're not sure, but we're not sure it matters, either: you're looking at several hundred thousand dollars worth of repairs and lost value.

The accident happened in the middle of the Place du Casino in Monaco, and it involved a Bentley Azure, a Ferrari F430, an Aston Martin Rapide, and a Mercedes-Benz S-class.

Our best guess as to what caused the wreck: an impromptu game of millionaire's demolition derby. Give us your best guess in the comments, and hit the link below for more images of the crash.

[Autogespot]

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Comments (7)
  1. confusion passing the Grey Poupon.
     
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    Bad stuff?

  2. There is a Porsche in there too. It looks to be some variation of the 911, though you can only see the front clip.
     
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  3. My guess, it was the blond in the Bentley
     
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  4. That looks like a clusterf**k. I dont understand how this could just happen.
     
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  5. She must have NICE collision coverage
     
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  6. Let's hope so...
     
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  7. This is a nightmare....
     
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