The 18 year old kid that bought my tuned up VW GTI just sent me this photo... He's thankfully ok,...

The 18 year old kid that bought my tuned up VW GTI just sent me this photo... He's thankfully ok,...

The 18 year old kid that bought my tuned up VW GTI just sent me this photo... He's thankfully ok, but plz pour one out for my old ride. (full size)

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  • woops

    Ben Stockwell posted

  • OMG

    Nicole Sutherland posted

  • Good lord!

    Tim Flanagan posted

  • Should prolly go to jail for neglect.

    Mitchell Pilon posted

  • Holy cow!!

    Jamie Grimes posted

  • Ah... there's the problem. The tires aren't supposed to go on the top of the car.

    Kevin Switzer posted

  • Daaaaaang, what the hell happened??

    Michael Burns posted

  • Oooff. That didn't take long.

    Rich Ford posted

  • RIP

    Leo Ziebol posted

  • Damn

    Cliff Wynne posted

  • Wow. Glad he’s ok. Was such a clean car.

    Jonathon Smithson posted

  • Wow, that looks nasty. Glad he's ok.

    Ian Dees posted

  • I seen this once before when i was rookie. High performance vehicle Low performance driver.

    Charles Festa posted

  • Shit

    Levi Rosol posted

  • Hope his insurance is fiya!

    Ashley Ibsen posted

  • A moment of silence. I loved that car

    Rico Larson posted

  • That sucks dude, thankfully he’s ok but that reminds me of when I sold my mustang years ago, kid wrapped it around a tree 3 weeks after he bought it, he was ok too

    Joseph Jersey Ricca posted

  • Oh man!

    Yusuf Bangura posted

  • This is why I stopped selling my built or tuned cars to anyone under 21 lol but then again a 23 year old bought the GTO and rolled in 2 weeks latee. 😅

    Jess Leverett posted

  • OMG!!! I guess VW makes a pretty safe car! WOW! Glad he's OK! AND glad it wasn't you!!!

    Craig Brooks posted

  • Wow!!

    Manuel Hernandez posted

  • Did it have the donut on it when he bought it?

    Phil Enright posted

  • That’s what happens when someone without the experience gets their hands on something with a bit too much power for their ability level. Happens a lot when kids use their dad’s cars on prom night.

    Sean Vasey posted

  • Contact the insurance company and buy it back for cheap cheap cheap!

    Josh Lueck posted

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