The Ferrari Michael B. Jordan crashed in a Hollywood street race is on the open market, but it’s an “as is” situation … and the sports car is still a mangled mess.
The “Creed” star’s ride is being auctioned off to the highest bidder … and the minimum sale price is $58,000.
Remember … Michael wrecked his blue 2021 Ferrari 812 back in December … video shows him racing another Ferrari down Sunset Blvd in Hollywood, with MBJ ultimately crashing his whip into a parked KIA.
Michael ended up being the subject of a police investigation into the incident, but, as we reported, the case has been closed and he won’t face any criminal repercussions.
The damage on the Ferrari looks the same as the night of the crash … so it seems there haven’t been any repairs made.
If $58,000 — at a minimum — sounds steep for a wrecked sports car, you should keep in mind that exotic ride costs about $400K out of the showroom.
Michael’s not the one auctioning off the car here though … the owner is listed as a Cincinnati insurance company, which clearly took ownership after the MBJ wrecked it.
The Ferrari shows a salvage certificate was issued Dec. 2, the same date as the crash, and the auction website is exclusively for salvaged cars.
The auction ends Feb. 8. In the meantime … drive safe, folks.