Audi Crashed into 3 Vintage Cars Parked Outside Kranji Workshop

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The great Dominic Toretto once said, “The only thing that matters is who is behind the wheel—”

And sadly in the case of this Kranji workshop crash, the one behind the wheel was definitely someone that was soft in the head.

What Happened

On 24 June (Friday), the video of the unfortunate incident was uploaded to Facebook group, SG Road Vigilante.

The group is known for uploading dash cam and closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage to hold reckless drivers, pedestrians, or cyclists accountable.

In their Facebook post, a blue Audi RS3 was captured speeding before turning round a corner at Carros Centre.

The driver of the blue Audi RS3 then lost control and ended up crashing into not one but three vintage cars parked nearby.

The cars were parked outside of Oldvolks Place Pte Ltd, a car workshop dedicated to vintage vehicles.

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As a result of the impact, the air bag in the blue Audi RS3 had been deployed.

It remains unclear if the driver of the blue Audi RS3 was captured in the video.

Convertible Vintage Vehicle Beyond Repair

The orange convertible that bore the brunt of the damage from the crash is known as the 1969 MG Midget.

According to MustShareNews, it was owned by automotive dealership, Classic Motorworks.

The orange convertible had been imported from the UK earlier this year and was sent to Oldvolks Place for restoration works.

Since then, the restoration works had been ongoing for the past five months and were due to finish next week.

But now the car is beyond repair and will not be safe for road use even if it’s repaired.

The remaining two vintage vehicles—the yellow Volkswagen Beetle and blue Volkswagen Kombi—could still be salvaged as their damage can be repaired.

Netizen Reactions

Most of them were rather appalled at the driver’s lack of common sense instead.


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Noting the smooth surface of the workshop area, one netizen commented it was stupid for the driver to “jam brake” and speed in a car park.

Others call for the exposé of the reckless driver but alas that’s not allowed as doxxing is illegal in Singapore.

But many opted to bash the reckless driver’s lack of driving skills instead.

“Typical case of got money (to get Audi), but no skill,” said one netizen.

“Must be drunk. (The Audi) RS3 is a breeze to drive,” said another.

Still, no amount of bashing and online humiliation can reverse the damage this sad attempt of a Tokyo Drift had done.


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Featured Image: Facebook (SG Road Vigilante – SGRV)


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