A Drug Lord’s Supercar Collection To Sell For Over A Million Dollars

The cars will be auctioned off at the end of June.

The supercar collection of a British crime lord is expected to rake in a little more than £1 million ($1,547,410) for the UK’s treasury this month.

Earlier in February, Ketamine dealer Alexander Surin handed over four cars to British cops. The luxury vehicles include a Ferrari California convertible, a Ferrari GT 599, a Ferrari Enzo, and a Rolls-Royce Phantom.

The cars will be auctioned off following an agreement between the gangster’s family and the National Crime Agency under the country’s Proceeds of Crime Act.

“The Ferrari 599 GTB is expected to sell for around £90,000, while the Ferrari California has an estimate of £80,000. The Rolls-Royce should sell for around £50,000,” Mail Online reported.

Alexander Surin's supercar collection

Ketamine dealer to hand over Rolls Royce

Alexander Surin's supercar collection

Ketamine dealer Alexander Surin

During their raid, officers also discovered £800,000 ($1,237,552) in the back of Surin's Rolls Royce Phantom.

Ketamine dealer Alexander Surin

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Surin, previously known as Michael Boparan was dubbed “Don Car-leone” because of his incredibly expensive taste in cars. He is wanted by the French authorities after he was convicted of smuggling ketamine.

He is a fugitive currently believed to be living in Dubai's exclusive (and insanely expensive) gated community called Emirate Hills.

The four cars will be sold off on June 26 at the Bonhams' Chichester Goodwood Festival of Speed auctions.

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