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Builder + Fork Lift + Maserati = Legal Nightmare


JamesB

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Probably not smiling now ... Jason Huljich, left, and, right, his sister Rachel, and his sorry looking Maserati after its forklift fiasco.

The plot outline:

  • Lady parks brother's Maserati 3200 GT in a construction zone whilst brother overseas
  • Builders decide to move Maserati with a forklift
  • Maserati on forklift decides to fall from a height of 2 metres
  • Maserati ends up on its roof
  • Builder now facing possible charges
This all happened in Sydney yesterday ... according to the following article from the Sydney Morning Herald, builders have been moving cars that way for a while now.

Oh brother, your Maserati's mashed

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I would not move my '84 Datsun with a Forklift nevermind some over-hyped "exotic" Italian car.

Only cars at junkyards with no hope of salvation and missing wheels are meant to be moved with a forklift.

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