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Tony Stewart once traded two Shelby Mustangs, a Ferrari and money for a Lamborghini

Nick Bromberg
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Feb 14, 2014; Daytona Beach, FL, USA; NASCAR Sprint Cup Series driver Tony Stewart during practice for the Sprint Unlimited at Daytona International Speedway. (Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports)

How much would you be willing to trade for a Lamborghini?

Tony Stewart revealed Friday on the Dan Patrick Show that he once traded two Shelby Mustangs, a Ferrari and $50,000 for a Lamborghini Murcielago.

The Murcielago's final model year was 2010, and the car has been succeeded by the Aventador. Yes, the Aventador is the car model that Justin Bieber has gotten in trouble in. This is probably the closest Stewart and Bieber have ever come to having common interests.

Oh, he also broke the motor in the car too. Wonder how fast Stewart was going when that happened?

"Lamborghini's really, really proud of their motors," Stewart said. "You break one little part on their motor and they want to sell you a $150,000 engine again."

Stewart also admitted to Patrick there was a danger of him losing his leg after his August sprint car crash in Iowa. The fracture of his tibia and fibula was so severe that Stewart said his lower leg looked like it had been bitten by a shark.

"You would look at it and assume that a shark bit me in the leg," Stewart said. "That's what it looks like."

Gnarly. Stewart finished 16th at Phoenix after a fuel pickup issued relegated him to 35th in the Daytona 500.

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