FORGOTTEN Ferraris worth millions have been filmed in a supercar graveyard.
Footage shows the abandoned luxury vehicles sitting among other high-end motors in a gravel parking lot gathering rust.
In the video, uploaded to TikTok by @bluntforcegaming, the camera shows off a series of flashy vehicles.
Among the once-adored supercars sits a Shelby Cobra Daytona.
The car yard is owned by Copart Newburgh, in Malboro, New York, which auctions salvaged vehicles.
Some of the cars are wrecked and many of the cars have been under water.
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In the comments section, many people appeared tempted to want to make a purchase.
One person said: "I'd buy all."
Another said: "I need moneys to save them alllllll."
The video has been viewed more than 80,000 times and garnered over 440 comments.
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But it's not the first time lavish cars have been seen sitting battered and broken in a heap.
An urban explorer stumbled on a treasure drove of luxury cars gathering dust when he discovered an abandoned garage.
The stunning collection of forgotten vintage vehicles includes British classics from Bentley and Bristol Cars.
Covered in dust and grime, the cars sit alongside an assortment of merchandise, signs and parts.
The range also features an original classic British taxi.
It even includes a Proton Perdana which used to belong to Dr Mahathir Mohammad, the former PM of Malaysia, who sent it to the UK to aid a research project into hybrid fuel.
Thousands of supercars were also found in a scrapyard after being dumped by wealthy owners too lazy to sell them on.
The world's most luxurious motors including Lamborghinis worth over £165,000 are left out in the desert near Dubai.
Each year, up to 3,000 cars including Lamborghinis and Aston Martins with eyewatering price tags get abandoned in Dubai.
From Rolls Royces and Ferraris to Bentleys and Mercedes – many worth millions of pounds – the once gleaming models are condemned to rot in the scrapyard.
Some have been dumped by high-flying businessmen who hit ruin before fleeing the country to dodge UEA's strict debt laws and potential jail time.
Others are ditched by rich owners with so much cash they are too lazy to sell their cars second-hand.
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