|After failing to find a live one in March, Porsche 918 Spyder # 830 did apparently sell last month for an undisclosed amount, likely on behalf of an insurance company.|
Rightfully described as having damage 'all over' the salvage giant Copart estimated that the repair bill for the car would be $600,000.
|Normally, a car this destroyed would be declared a total loss and meet its demise at the crusher, but limited-edition hypercars are a different story.||The 887-horsepower Porsche 918 Spyder is a lot to handle. Too much to handle for the former owner of car #830, who wrecked it after putting just 92 miles on the odometer. Now, #830 has turned up at a salvage auction in Long Island, with bidding up to $100,000. |
|Alleged Porsche replacement prices are amazing things to behold. A factory 918 engine costs over $200,000 and a new transmission costs nearly $70,000. If these prices are accurate, fixing this 918 requires a big wallet and extreme bravery.|