F1 » USF1 chassis tub sells for less than $8,000


A total of $1.4 million has been raised towards paying off the debts of USF1 - following an auction of 427 items from the defunct, failed F1 entry including a chassis tub that raised just $7,850

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richard

June 18, 2010 10:32 AM

other sites report the tub, as a "mock-up" tub. which may mean that it was worthless anyway. but if it was a real tub, someone has got a bargain. i wonder if hrt bought it?

buck bundy. another poster spotted a toaster in one of the lots. but this probably didnt work either.

taz, i saw it reported elsewhere that windsor actually made a few millions from his "input". i can see how this could be true, as wirth is reported as having charged virgin/manor, 8.9m for his services.

Cubikrube - Unregistered

June 18, 2010 11:17 AM

I bought it, it's the first of many parts i am buying in preparation for the F1 game coming out on the Xbox 360. I am going to have as realistic as an experience as i possilby can.
I'm also hiring Herman Tilke to remodel my lounge into something less interesting than it currently is

:p

F1init - Unregistered

June 18, 2010 12:31 PM

I heard a rumour that Wndsor had the toasters away ready for sale on ebay so he can refinance his next failed bid for an F1 slot :)
Well $10 is a start :blush:

Cubikrube - Unregistered

June 18, 2010 1:51 PM

24th September, it's looking good tbh, been too long since i played an F1 game (i was awful then and probably still am) :)

Oh and a little off topic but have you seen the Scorpion gaming chair? If i won the lottery i would have one...it's only $40,000...yes that's not a typo that's the actual price lol

s - Unregistered

June 18, 2010 2:01 PM

The Toster would have made a better chassis I bet anyway...

I know it is only Dollars, but that is a mighty expensive Boat Anchor someone has bought, that is probably pretty s*** as an anchor anyway.... :rolleyes:

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