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Lamborghini sells some of the priciest cars in the world, out of the financial reach of most motorists. The Veneno roadster, for example – of which only nine were built – fetches $5.6 million.

But those Average Joes who cling to the dream may finally be in luck. Lambo ownership of one specific used Huracan is but $9,000 away. And by used, we mean totalled.

The base price for a new Huracan is about $250,000, but there is a bargain listing on the Hungarian classifieds site olx.hu. The asking price is two million Hungarian forint or about $9,000 CAD. The caveat: it needs work; this supercar has been smashed beyond repair.

Here is a new Huracan:

Lamborghini Huracan LP 610-4Lamborghini

And here is the one being sold on olx.hu:

Smashed Lamborghini Huracan for sale on Hungarian classifieds site.olx.hu

Carbuzz says it is the same Verde Mantis Huracan that recently wiped out on a highway somewhere in Hungary while speeding at about 320 km/h. The watermark on this video is from local police. The owner miraculously survived. However, the wreckage in the classified ad makes the car look good compared to images from the crash scene.

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