Rolls Royces, Ferraris and Bentleys are one of the models that have sparkled to rot in the “supercar graveyard” in Sharjah, UAE.
Vehicles, including Mercedes, Buick and Lamborghini sedans, have been eating dust for years. It was understood that the owner was a top-class businessman who had suffered financial ruin – then fled the country to avoid the UAE’s stringent debt laws and potential prison time.
While most cars are dilapidated, some are in mint condition, with spare parts can also be found at half the price. Mohsin Latif, a 25-year-old Youtuber who took these pictures, believes that the memo is the largest in the UAE. “I don’t know how old they are, but these are some of the most expensive cars.
“Ferrari, Rolls Royce, Bentley, Lamborghini, Range Rover, Mercedes, BMW, Audi, Mustang, whatever car you want, you will get it in this trash can.
“I believe this is the largest scrap market in the UAE because I haven’t seen another market that is bigger than this. “People come here from various countries to buy auto parts at half the price.”