There are certain things in this world that seem to have a predestined outcome. None of those things lead to good outcomes, mind you. Getting into heavy drugs normally ends badly, getting onto the wrong side of the law usually ends badly, and defrauding the federal government out of millions of dollars lands you in a pile of not good.
Such was the case of one Richard Scott, a guy who owned and operated parking lots around LA and somehow managed to get caught and plead guilty to defrauding the US Dept of Veterans Affairs out of 13-million bucks. The US Marshalls are auctioning off his car collection which includes plenty of muscle cars, old Corvettes, and one really notable machine, the 1991 Ferrari F40 that was restored by the Gas Monkey Garage guys on the TV show Fast N’ Loud.
We’re not Ferrari experts here but we do know that they are no longer making Ferrari F40s anymore and that even though this one has been crashed it is probably worth a pile of dough. Right now the bidding is at $503,000. The auction runs for about another week before it gets closed. If it does not sell, we have zero idea what happens. We are guessing this is a no reserve type auction so SOMEONE will own this thing.
Looks clean to us!