Aston Martins are some incredibly expensive cars. Pound for pound is probably the MOST expensive, and even though there may be single models that are pricier, the Aston Martins have a history of putting out the best cars in the world.
This is why this ride, which has been torn to shreds, is no longer worth the more than one-and-a-half million pounds sterling that it once was. What it’s worth now isn’t for us to decide. We do know that you can’t exactly use it to drive away from assailants with the missile codes anymore. All that from a single post.
A Sea Cemetry
Somehow, an entire backhoe sank in the sand, all the way up to the top of the cabin. We aren't sure of all the details, but it's likely someone left it there overnight, unaware that the tide would come in and soften the sand.
Well, they've now learned well enough. They're going to have to call a few similar vehicles to dig this one out, and in the meantime, we get to gaze upon it like it's a collection of bones from a huge undersea creature. A prehistoric beast that has finally revealed itself.
A Bad Trade
We know that it's a bit difficult looking at this picture and figuring out exactly what there is to see. Here's what happened: the black thing in the water on the right is a boat worth three hundred thousand dollars, and it's sinking.
The people in the boat next to it are trying to save it, but keep looking to the left and you'll see both a Jeep and a pickup in the water. The owner used them to try and save his sinking boat but ended up flooding both of them. Even if both of those vehicles together don't add up to $300,000, it still seems like all the hassle of getting them replaced wasn't worth it just to save a boat.
Where We're Going, We Won't Need Roads!
If you're a fan of classic movies or classic cars, you can probably recognize this vehicle. Yes, it's none other than a DeLorean, a car that was destined for the junk heap of history until the movie “Back to the Future” placed it firmly in pop culture for years to come.
It looks like somebody overloaded their Mr. Fusion and melted the engine, which is behind the seats. How much will it cost? Well, a good-condition DeLorean will run you between thirty-five and forty-five grand, so getting this fixed up might be climbing past ten thousand. Great Scott indeed, Doc.
At the largest building in the Tulsa County Fairgrounds, the driver of a dump truck lost control of his vehicle and smashed it into the wall. He was inside the building since he had been helping to fill the building with dirt for a BMX event. It's unknown how exactly it happened, but the cabin of the vehicle got through before the lifted bed of the truck slammed into the wall.
We're talking not only damage to the truck itself, but quite a lot of damage to the building – the walls, the windows, the garage door, the road outside, and probably plenty more.