Collection of seized supercars going to auction with no reserve

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More than 420 cars are to be auctioned off after being seized from an Italian businessman. All of the lots are being auctioned with no reserve.

The collection is vast and includes 44 Ferraris and 72 Porsches, including some incredibly rare vehicles that could fetch millions. As well as cars, there are classic garage signs and even some vintage bobsleds.

The most expensive car going under the hammer is a 1966 Ferrari 275 GTB, which is expected to fetch more than £2million. It was the first of seven 'long-nose' GTBs that came with six carburettors and an alloy body.

This particular example had been in the same family for 36 years and has matching numbers throughout. It is described as an 'exceptional example in every regard'.

Collection of seized supercars going to auction with no reserve

Collection of seized supercars going to auction with no reserve


There's also a Maserati MC12, which was built in 2004 and comes with a price tag of around £1million. The stunning supercar was based on the Ferrari Enzo and just 50 were built, with this example still retaining its original engine.

Other highly sought after cars include a 2005 Ford GT with an estimate of nearly £200,000 and a 1994 Bugatti EB110GT, which is expected to fetch around £250,000.

As well as the high-end supercars, the Italian businessman's collection of classic Ford performance cars are also available, most with estimates in the region of £10,000. These include Escort RS Cosworths and rally-prepared Sierras.

The Duemila Ruote auction takes place in Milan on November 25-27.