This $3 million supercar collection was destroyed by Miami floods

by | Jun 20, 2022 - 11:51AM | Supercars

Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series, Ferrari 488 and Rolls-Royce Cullinan destroyed by Miami floods

It’s hurricane season in Florida, and the floods have destroyed a once glorious multi-million dollar supercar collection in Miami.

Footage shared on Instagram by Florida Corvette Owners shows the extent of the damage one supercar collector faced.

It’s safe to say it’s pretty grim viewing.

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Amongst the carnage shown in the video below, we can spot a pair of Rolls-Royce Cullinan including one modified by Mansory.

A Mercedes-McLaren SLR, Mercedes-AMG GT Black Series, C7 Chevrolet Corvette, and Plymouth Prowler were also present.

Five Ferraris also featured in the collection.

They include a 488, 458, 360 Spider, Roma, and one more that’s too obscured to identify.

Based off this, we’d put an estimate of at least $3 million on the value of the flood-damaged collection.


As the footage clearly shows, the waterline went well over the top of most of the cars, meaning all would be completely ruined.

Plus, there’s plenty of muck that the Miami floods brought into the garage as well, making for even more of a mess.

Let’s just hope the owner had insurance.



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