The fact these vehicles are in the hands of the U.S. Marshals says something about their effectiveness as a getaway vehicle, but if you can get to Kansas City, want a high-end ride for lawful purposes and have, oh, $200,000 or so, you might get a deal.
The motorcycles and cars are all low-mileage all used to belong to Overland Park, Mo., accountant Thomas Hauk, who nicked his clients for a total of $4 million. Now the Marshal Service plans to auction off his ill-gotten gains Thursday.
At the time of his arrest, his car collection was so large the feds needed a helicopter to photograph them.
Up for grabs at Kansas City on Thursday (better hurry that's a about a 13-hour drive from Gulfport) are:
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-- A 2006 Ford GT, which he bought for $223,249
-- A 2009 Ferrari, purchased for $205,953 and
-- A 2014 Ducati motorcycle that cost him $64,160.
He must like Ducati, he lost several to the feds.
See the sale catalog below for more details. And, you don't really have to go to Kansas City, you can register and bid here.
Hauk, who pleaded guilty in December, awaits sentencing.