Federal law enforcement is auctioning off cars so valuable at Marlins Park on Wednesday that it would take Giancarlo Stanton's wealth to buy one. The auction, led by the U.S. Marshall’s service, is a group of cars owned by drug kingpin Alvaro Lopez Tardon, imprisoned for 150 years in Miami in 2014 for among other things, laundering $14 million in local real estate. The cars include a $1.9 million Ferrari and a $900,000 Bugatti.
Federal law enforcement is auctioning off cars so valuable at Marlins Park on Wednesday that it would take Giancarlo Stanton's wealth to buy one. The auction, led by the U.S. Marshall’s service, is a group of cars owned by drug kingpin Alvaro Lopez Tardon, imprisoned for 150 years in Miami in 2014 for among other things, laundering $14 million in local real estate. The cars include a $1.9 million Ferrari and a $900,000 Bugatti. Jose Iglesias/MIAMI HERALD
Federal law enforcement is auctioning off cars so valuable at Marlins Park on Wednesday that it would take Giancarlo Stanton's wealth to buy one. The auction, led by the U.S. Marshall’s service, is a group of cars owned by drug kingpin Alvaro Lopez Tardon, imprisoned for 150 years in Miami in 2014 for among other things, laundering $14 million in local real estate. The cars include a $1.9 million Ferrari and a $900,000 Bugatti. Jose Iglesias/MIAMI HERALD

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