VIDEO: A used 2003 Nissan 350Z will ordinarily sell for anywhere from $6,500 to $8,000 – unless it slams into a house.
The owner of one apparently was showing it to a would-be buyer when it crashed into an East Rutherford home on Wednesday.
Surveillance video captured the Carlton Avenue crash from two different angles.
Both the 35-year-old driver from East Rutherford and his 19-year-old passenger from Hempstead, NY got out OK.
The car didn’t do so well, though.
“The driver said his accelerator became stuck, causing him to lose control, striking a fence, landscaping and the structure,” Deputy Police Chief Phillip Taormina said.
Both men refused medical attention, the deputy chief said, adding that the driver received a summons for careless driving.
The East Rutherford Building Department deemed the structure safe after an inspection.
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