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This is the cringe-inducing moment a brand new $40,000 Jaguar was wrecked when it fell off the back of the delivery truck and careered into a parked pickup.
Footage shows a high-end Jaguar F-type being delivered to an eager customer in Maine.
But the flash sports car appears to have not been secured correctly and it goes flying off the back of the stationary trailer and starts rolling down the street.
The Jaguar careers backwards and smashes into a parked Chevrolet Silverado truck, leaving both cars dented and damaged.
© Provided by Daily Mail Footage filmed in Maine shows a Jaguar F-type worth almost $40,000 being delivered to a customer when it flies off the back of the trailer
Melissa Morvey, from New Jersey, who captured the footage, screams: 'Oh my God' as the Jaguar smashes into the parked car.
Witnesses said the Chevy pick-up truck was knocked by the Jaguar into a Nissan GT-R parked behind.
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The collision 'completely destroyed' the interior of the $40,000 Jaguar and the vehicle was totaled before it had ever been driven by its new owners, according to Ms Morvey.
She said: 'The car was being unloaded for a car transport delivery for a customer.
'The video shows how the car clearly was not loaded correctly and fell off the tractor trailer into a Chevy truck behind it which completely destroyed the Jaguar internally.
'It was pronounced total by the insurance company and inoperable after the fall.
© Provided by Daily Mail The flash sports car has clearly not been loaded correctly and it goes flying off the back of the stationary trailer and starts rolling at speed down the road
© Provided by Daily Mail The Jaguar whizzes down the residential street and careers straight into the hood of a parked Chevy truck, totalling the car
'I was in complete shock when I was filming the video everything happened so suddenly.
'The purchase price of the vehicle deemed by the insurance company was worth $37,722.55.
'The estimated salvage return was $18,861.28 to $20,747.40.'