$250,000 Ferrari Roma Falls Off A Dealer Elevator
Once that was taken care of, Special Operations worked with Kauff’s Towing company to use a new rotator wrecker to remove the car from the elevator. The Roma is relatively light at 3,461 pounds, but lifting it out of the elevator required a 45-foot boom and multiple 50,000-pound winches. There were no injuries as a result of the elevator failure, and it took crews approximately four hours on the scene to remove the car.
It seems unlikely that the silver-on-red Roma will be repaired given the damage taken by the call. The entire rear end is smashed up, there’s extensive damage on the roof, and we assume the frame was bent too. Unless a brave YouTuber wants to purchase it on the cheap, this will likely be sold for parts.
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