I guess it's not much different from pawning a rare baseball card, but something creeps me out about this auction for the front center bumper piece of a Ferrari Enzo, which, according to the description, came flying off after the Enzo hit an expressway wall in Tampa. There's no explanation for how the seller actually acquired the red shrapnel, I can only imagine someone slowing down after the Enzo crashed, picking up the fragment as their eyes turn to dollar signs, and speeding off. The seller also claims (in all CAPS THUS YELLING AT YOU) that the sale with benefit the Make A Wish Foundation, so bid with confidence, kids.
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