Bankrupt billionaire James Stunt’s Lamborghini broken in fire
Bankrupt billionaire James Stunt’s Lamborghini Countach was found reduced to a burnt-out mutilate on a side of a road. The car’s engine and newcomer compartments were totally broken in a blaze, according to cinema of a wreck. Authorities have pronounced a means of a fire is as of nonetheless unknown. Stunt is not believed to have been in a automobile during a time of a incident.
A classical Lamborghini Countach owned by broke British billionaire James Stunt was found burnt to a belligerent on a side of a highway final week.
Photos of a automobile uncover a whole engine and newcomer compartments destroyed. The means of a fire is as of nonetheless unknown. The automobile had a series image 1 57UNT and was one of several high-end vehicles owned by a bullion merchant and ex-husband of Formula 1 heiress Petra Ecclestone.
(Stunt and Ecclestone were married in 2011 and divorced in 2017.)
Stunt was recently barred from offered his cars and other resources by a court, The Sun reported. He is not believed to have been in a car, that had an lapsed registration, during a time of a incident.
Witness to a fire Michael Segal, 76, pronounced “the male claiming to be a owners was a black male with painted immature hair. James Stunt wasn’t here.”
A Countach in good condition could be value $500,000 or more, however, SWNS reports that Stunt’s open-top chronicle might indeed be a pack automobile rather than a acclimatisation of an authentic Lamborghini.
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