Wealthy Man Uses His Million Dollar Supercars By Taking Them Offroad
When you spend big money on the car, whether it be $50,000, $500,000, or $5 million, ...
When you spend big money on the car, whether it be $50,000, $500,000, or $5 million, depending on your financial standing, you’re probably going to take pretty good care of it. It just so happens that people who spend their hard earned money on their vehicles can get a little bit picky about the machines, especially when they happen to be leisure vehicles like sports cars. However, every once in a while, you come across the owner of such machines who just really doesn’t care all that much about how they keep their cars in shape. This time, however, we found somebody who took the concept to a whole new level.
Instead of simply not taking care of their cars, it looks like this individual took it to a new level to beat the heck out of their machines. We see everything from the Bugatti Veyron to a Lamborghini Countach and plenty of others in between as millions upon millions of dollars of cars are paraded off road, slinging their way through the mud as they put knots in the stomach of just about anybody who might’ve found themselves hanging a poster of one of these things, or something similar, on their wall during their childhood. As someone who is a fan of cars, this might be a little bit tough to stomach but you just have to keep telling yourself that it’s not your money being thrown away here.
This kind of video reminds us a little bit of that YouTube channel by the name of Taxtherich100 whose responsibility it was to take these kinds of cars out of beat the crap out of them but, this isn’t a video that appeared on the channel, even though it does appear to be in the same location of some of their shoots. After watching a video like this, be sure to chime in with what you think of this kind of treatment for the cars like these. Are these machines pieces of art that are to be held in high regard or does it not really matter because it’s not your money that’s being spent at the end of the day?