Someone on mobile.de has the audacity to ask €77,000 for a massively wrecked Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.

Someone on mobile.de has the audacity to ask €77,000 for a massively wrecked Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.

If you thought €9,500 for a crashed & burned Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG is outrageous, then €77,000 for a barely recognizable F12 is downright ludicrous especially taking into account that half of the roof is missing and there's not a single body panel left intact. The attached photos are actually pretty scary to look at and we're afraid to imagine what happened to what used to be a €355,000 prancing horse.

It doesn't matter that it has been driven for only 15,000 km (9,320 miles) as the car is obviously beyond repair now and only a handful of components are salvageable, such as the wheels, parts of the interior and maybe the engine and gearbox, although we are not too sure about the last two. The impact must have been brutal judging by the vast amount of damages all around the car and chances are the driver was extracted from the wreck after the roof was cut in half.

For €77,000 there are a lot of high-performance cars you can buy such as the BMW M3 (€71,800) and the Mercedes-AMG C63 (€76,100), so who in his right mind would rather get this? 

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Heavily crashed Ferrari F12 Berlinetta is a €77,000 pile of junk