Comments - Ronaldo's Wrecked Ferrari For Sale

Published: Nov 23, 2012
Description: Being a football (or soccer, for our US readers) superstar undoubtedly has countless benefits. Money, fame and celebrity power bring with them lots of privileges along with the potential for embarrass...
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ikerherrera17 Jun 18, 2013
@Allan Manchester is in England Madrid is in Spain??
Jason Smith Mar 29, 2013
That's what happens when a tiny-brained footballer is allowed to own something this powerful. He should be forced to spend 5 years driving a people carrier as punishment...
Allan Wackyfan Kingston Nov 25, 2012
Sorry but the tunnel is very well lit, it is under the runway at Manchester Airport.
Tn Ng Nov 23, 2012
Dont think u can do tricks and handle a soccer ball very well, mean u can do the same thing to a ferarri.
Aaron Crisp Nov 23, 2012
Emil Creed Kleijsen Nov 26, 2012
Damn Melvin, you beat me to it x)
Derek Soanes Nov 25, 2012
Where did the Ferrari shields go
Melvin Cerrillo Nov 23, 2012
I'll put down $599
Reese Fenske Nov 23, 2012
The back right wheel is worth more than my life
Matt Piccolo Nov 23, 2012
$550 lol
Alex Medvedev Nov 23, 2012
500$ or 1500$ If he signs it
Colby Church Nov 23, 2012
Description: The pictures you see before you are the result, the remains of which are now up for sale on eBay's French site. But don't worry about Ronaldo, he's since long moved on from this display...
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Hannes Hedberg Jan 08, 2013
Why not? Or? :/
Mahmoud Saher Al-salman Nov 25, 2012
50k is Too much
Miko Reginella Nov 25, 2012
He got an aventador because it has awd haha
Bill Estep Jr Nov 24, 2012
I would jus to say I own a ferrai
Matt Piccolo Nov 23, 2012
50k? No thanks, I'll go buy, oh let's see, a car that's well, working lol
Aaron Crisp Nov 23, 2012
Wow only 1800 miles? What a shame!
Sherwin N Linh Hvl Nov 23, 2012
50k euro no way.... 1k euro and ill buy it hehe
Colby Church Nov 23, 2012
Nah, I'll pass. Lol
keewey Jul 11, 2013
Too much money in damage and too much money asking lol... Just to much
António Villas-Boas Nov 23, 2012
I wonder if you buy his Ex car he will also give you his Ex girlfriend as an extra. That could be a good deal...
William Downs Nov 23, 2012
@author don't matter if the engine had 1 mile on it.. still. 50k that's a horrible deal
Dillon Magee Nov 23, 2012
That's unfortunate.
Author Norman R. Colson Nov 23, 2012
I heard that the engine is still intact... That could be worth some money
Andrew Hossann Nov 23, 2012
Someone almost hit him so he did the old soccer player and faked that they smashed him to try to get the opposite driver a yellow card
Winston Heard Nov 23, 2012
I'd imagine you're basically just buying the engine, but 50 large????
Tj Diefenbach Nov 23, 2012
Very tasteful tuning job
Alex Medvedev Nov 23, 2012
Ya that's not rebuildable
Nicholas Haig Nov 23, 2012
I love how all the emblems are gone
Colby Church Nov 23, 2012
Damn, that's awful.
Luis Daniel Angilello Nov 23, 2012
I think you can only buy the emblems through Ferrari, this may be a way to prove that the car was totaled if someone decides to buy and fix it... You know? So no garage is able to sell the car (once fixed) for the regular asking price
William Downs Nov 23, 2012
That's Ferrari that did that, a buddy works at a body shop, almost every high end company requires all badges and emblems removed before they total it out and sell it. Don't know why really just what I was told
Colby Church Nov 23, 2012
My thoughts exactly. Haha
Chris Crispie Picken Nov 23, 2012
Lol somebody did exactly what I would have done... take all the badges!!!
Larry Martino Nov 23, 2012
Take the driver and passenger seats out, clean em up and you now have some very nice man cave worthy chairs
Thibault Leroy Nov 23, 2012
@Brandon no thats just like a foot rest
Taylor Garry Nov 23, 2012
Haha no kidding
Alex Medvedev Nov 23, 2012
Alex Renaud Nov 23, 2012
That carpet color is ugly; it really doesn't match the rest of the interior.