The auction offers a scrap Porsche Boxster for BRL 24,000

The auction offers a scrap Porsche Boxster for BRL 24,000



The 2010 Porsche Boxster S scrap is offered by Sompo Seguros. The sports car suffered a total loss, but the sale of parts and components could turn a profit

A scrap Porsche Boxster S can turn a profit on the sale of parts

The 2010 Porsche Boxster S is up for auction with a starting bid of BRL 24,000. However, the German sports car is already labeled as scrap and can only be used for recycling and the sale of parts and pieces.

The scrap Porsche is one of more than 300 lots to be auctioned online until next Monday (18). The car belongs to Sompos Seguro S/A and had the plate NWL-1981 and chassis cut WP0CB2989AS730135. These features have been deleted, as they will no longer be able to circulate.

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This car has a current bid of R$ 28,500, but there are opportunities with different values, and the current bid starts at R$ 200. In addition, the auction will include passenger and utility vehicles, motorcycles, trucks, buses and bodies. . Polls can be consulted on the organization’s website (Click here)

The Range Rover Evoque is another option for scrap auctions

According to the Brazilian Traffic Code, any vehicle that is no longer roadworthy is considered scrap. The same regulation also ensures that these vehicles can be “sorted for recycling, regardless of the presence of restrictions on the vehicle”. Therefore, it is possible, in an auction, to find original lots in good condition at a much lower price than the market. Such is the case with this Porsche scrap.

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“This type of auction, in addition to providing the correct destination for this type of material, thus reducing the negative impact that car scrap can have on the environment, brings a direct impact to the so-called business circular economy, as it provides, every more time, better income opportunities for parts and scrap dealers”, says Flávio Cunha Sodré Santoro, official broker of Sodré Santoro.

In Brazil, according to estimates by the Association of Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Steel Wholesalers of the State of São Paulo (Sindinesfa), only 1.5% of old and abandoned car bodies are recycled. This is due to disposal and storage, for example, in junkyards throughout the country. These procedures are usually performed haphazardly and without necessary care. They have nowhere to go and end up rusting and destroying the ecosystem around them. It should be noted that improperly placed metal can take up to 500 years to decompose.

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