Need A Supercar? Come On Down To The U.S. Treasury’s Auction

Need A Supercar? Come On Down To The U.S. Treasury’s Auction
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Zero Hedge, a blog more concerned with the imminent destruction of our economy than the demise of the internal combustion engine, recently obtained word that the U.S. Tresury is going to be auctioning off some serious machinery made in the U.S., Italy, France and England.

Thanks to the Treasury’s asset seizure program, the property of fraudsters like Scott Rothstein is sold off to anyone with enough cash. Rothstein himself had a large collection of exotic cars and it looks like some of them might have ended up in the government auction, including his prized Bugatti Veyrons. Unlike most supercar brokers, the Treasury is quite reasonable about their sales tactics; the minimum bid on the Veyron is only $100,00 – the price of a new Mercedes S-Class. Why even bother with something so pedestrian when you can own the most powerful car in the world. It’s a no brainer, really. As long as you can afford the costs of maintaining it

[Source: Zero Hedge]