A Subaru rally car found in a barn just sold for $360,000 in bitcoin
Found in an Australian barn, a Subaru that is in bad shape just soldAfter it was revealed to be an old rally racing legend, you can get $360,000 in bitcoin.
It Prodrive Subaru ImprezaThe vehicle, which was first believed to have a value of $15,000-$20,000 upon its discovery in Victoria Australia, was later determined to be a World Rally Championship automobile by ICAARS.
Champion racers Colin McRae and Carlos Sainz drove the car. However, the car was eventually retired in 1996. It spent 10 years in “collecting dust” at the barn. Prodrive was able to commission only 63 Subaru Imprezas.
The ICAARS inspector said, “This barn is a rare and amazing find.” told Lloyds AuctionsThis is a. You won’t find another like it.”
According to Lloyds who auctioned off the blue rally car on September 26, it still featured its original turbocharged 2.0-liter engine and six speed manual gearboxes.
Lee Hames was the Chief Operations Officer at Lloyds Auctions. In a statement, he stated that the new owners of the vehicle are “motorsport enthusiasts” and look forward to the opportunity to enjoy all the advantages and respect the vehicle.
Lloyds announcedIt announced earlier in the summer that cryptocurrency would be accepted for payment during its auctions.