Wreckage of the Diana’s ‘crash Limousine’ to sell for £1 million
The wreckage of the Mercedes limousine in which Princess Diana and her companion, Dodi Fayed died is set to go on sale for a whopping one million pounds. French owner Jean Francois Musa thinks that many firms will be interested to buy the wreckage. Anyhow, this attempt to make money out of a misfortune would definitely hurt Princes’ William and Harry. The accident took place on August 31, 1997. The care was removed from the Alma Tunnel crash scene within hours of the accident. The wreckage was there in the Paris area for eight years and was shipped to England last year. Presently, the Metropolitan Police have the car garaged at a traffic investigation depot in Charlton, south east London. Musa believes that there are a lot of people who would pay a fortune for the wreck and his lawyer Jean-Luc Marchand is submitting an application to the Appeal Court in Paris for the Mercedes to be returned to him. In the words of Musa, It’s is an exceptional wreck – like the one James Dean died in. We were told it was worth at least £1 million.