Auction 52 japanese used cars swept away in storm marine ship

By | April 18, 2017



A total of 64 cars were aboard cargo ship Astongate traveling from Toyama, Japan, to Vladivostok, Russia. After the storm hit the ship — 52 of them ended up at the bottom of the sea. Whoever bought those cars signed a document allowing the cargo to be transported on ship’s deck at their own risk.

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49 thoughts on “Auction 52 japanese used cars swept away in storm marine ship

  1. foxgaming

    lol signed a document i bet u 20 bucks that document said nothing about the cars not being straped down or anything

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  2. SATURN V

    Russians again? – since the cars were of course stolen – no one cares. "What comes easy goes easy" –  and yes: they might have killed some innocent people, if they were ever landed in that "country".

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  3. Wade Seeze

    You know me , I'm not one to complain… did not anyone think of tying the cars down securely? just a thought.

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  4. Angie C

    This made my day…..about the best thing you can do with a Subaru Imprezza…..dump it in the bloody sea 😂😂😂😋

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  5. Zhip Frag

    say what you want but I think the real message is clear here. mother nature gives no fucks of the size of your boat, she'll still toss it around like a toy boat in a bathtub.

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  6. Rusty lungzs

    was this an insurance job ? get some shit cars insure them sail into rough water let them slide over the side kinda thing they don't look strapped down at all

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  7. asena melek

    VOLL IDIOTS KEINE SICHERUNG GAR NICHTS WIE KANN MAN AUF HOHER SEE DIE AUTOS OHNE SICHERUNGEN LADEN AUF SCHIFF DAS PASSIERT AUCH WIE IMMER BEI RUSSEN TYPISCH

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  8. виктор доруда

    Да просто в этих автомобилях везли химические отходы- и чтобы не платить за утилизацию отходов ,эти машины специально даже никак не укрепили на палубе,чтобы как говорится концы в воду)))

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  9. 888 888

    Так вам и надо , наверняка везли машины нелегально. И за мат – расплата!

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