Burned Ferrari 458 Spider Sale
Ferrari first introduced the 458 Spider at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show, and this convertible variant of the 458 Italia boasted an aluminum retractable hardtop that actually weighs 55-pounds less than a soft roof (Ferrari F430 Spider), and required just 14-seconds for operation. Despite these revisions, it kept the same 0-62 mph acceleration time as the coupé model, but has a lower top speed of 199 mph due to the added weight. Read more for additional pictures of the ash pile and a link to the lot.


Burned Ferrari 458 Spider Sale
Burned Ferrari 458 Spider Sale
Burned Ferrari 458 Spider Sale
Burned Ferrari 458 Spider Sale
Burned Ferrari 458 Spider Sale
Unless you’re an artist who plans on turning this rubble into an art installation, it’s hard to find a justifiable reason to spend any amount of money on this, aside from the VIN number. However, you can still see remnants of the wheels as well as brake rotors, but definitely not in working condition or even close to it. Check out the lot here.