2005 Ford GT
Whatever your opinion of the Ford GT as a car, it was a unique American supercar, and was bred of a rich and meaningful history in American motorsports. To reduce it to rubble, and so indiscriminately so, should be a crime in itself.
The boneheads who ruined the car are facing between 9 and 13 years in prison for their idiocy.
The parts were stored in several locations, according to the report, but they've all been recovered. With the frame hacked into bits, however, it's not likely the car will ever be reassembled.
To see the carnage, follow the link to the U-T San Diego photo gallery. It's not pretty. You've been warned.