Buy Wrecked Exotics
At the same time, if you wait until the market drops again, which is has to inevitably, the price of wrecked exotic cars will once again drop to a more reasonable and affordable cost, and parts and labor required for the repair process will likely go down as well, making it worth waiting for.
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The guys at Wrecked Exotics are at it again, this time they have compiled all of their weirdest crashes. These include cars punching through walls, flying through the air and landing on a church roof, there is even a Suburban that got shot by an F-16; and that is only of the first page. Check out the link below to see the strange ways that people have wrecked their rides.
It's a sad day when any classic, collectible or exotic car is destroyed, but instead of heading to the crusher or a Copart auction, this Australia-based company found a unique way to recycle wrecked exotics. Starting with a burned Aston Martin and a wrecked Ferrari, Fuoriserie has designed a limited-edition watch using components harvested from these cars.
I use a mystic kit for everything, unless I have a free black lion kit for exotics with upgrades. I keep saying I'll get a copper and silver fed when I run out of mystic forge stones but that's not likely to happen.
Since I often get an upgraded item from the forge that is more expensive than the four input items combined, I have the feeling that for some items on average this might be a good alternative to salvaging... only talking about dropped items, though...On the whole, no.However, it can be a lot of fun and only you can take a guess at how valuable that fun might be for you. I have a friend who religiously forges all rare staffs they get, but nothing else & another who forges all exotics with buy offers below 40s. Neither of those systems is "efficient," but both players enjoy the occasional special item, so for them, it's a good deal.
Most exotics aren't worth much these days (which is a real shame and a real economical issue IMO), so it is smarter to salvage them for the rare materials they provide (given you own enough Black Lion Salvage Kits).
@Ashantara.8731 said:Most exotics aren't worth much these days (which is a real shame and a real economical issue IMO), so it is smarter to salvage them for the rare materials they provide (given you own enough Black Lion Salvage Kits).
The 35-year-old car collector specializes in buying and fixing wrecked exotics, documenting each journey through a series of DIY videos. The idea of buying the totaled McLaren P1 came courtesy of a recent Instagram post of the floating P1, with a caption that read "If this post gets 40,000 likes, I will spend every cent I have (and borrow) to buy this McLaren P1 from Copart and restore it down to the last bolt for YouTube's biggest car project ever." Tavarish's lineup currently includes a McLaren 675LT, Lamborghini Gallardo, Lamborghini Murcielago, Ferrari F355 Spider, Mk4 Toyota Supra, and many more. Make sure to check back into Tavarish's YouTube Channel to keep up with his McLaren P1 flood car rebuild series. View all current McLaren P1 examples for sale on duPont REGISTRY by clicking on the link below.