Footballer Ronaldo’s Ferrari which he crashed near Manchester airport in 2009, will be sold on eBay. The new owners, who listed it on eBay previously, and had bids reaching €125,000, were forced to withdraw the sale after eBay wanted authentication of the car ownership.
Now, lawyers for the new owners said they have submitted all the necessary documents, three times, and eBay is satisfied with their documentary proof. However, the company has yet to give the go-ahead to list the vehicle.
Hhmmm well, there are plenty of other places to sell the car, me thinks. Since this is a car previously owned by Ronaldo, wherever it is sold, it will definitely attract attention, and bids.
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