Anyone who has viewed a crime movie within the past decade could probably recognize a few of the high-end sports cars that many of these gangsters drive around. Most of us, however, cannot afford such a vehicle on the type of salary we all make, so they remain out of touch. Thankfully, a British fugitive living in Dubai has agreed to sell his fleet of expensive vehicles, reports LAD Bible.

The man, dubbed ‘Don Car-Leone’, Alexander Surin witnessed four of his high-end vehicles and numerous houses seized in 2009 thanks to a major police operation. The cars in question include a Ferrari Enzo, Ferrari 599 GTB, Ferrari California, and Rolls-Royce Phantom. Each of these were seized and sold by the National Crime Agency as part of the Proceeds of Crime Act.

The Roll-Royce was seized with around £800,000 in cash within the trunk, but it doesn’t come with any of it, unfortunately. The four cars are expected to obtain around £1 million for the British government, with the Ferrari Enzo being the most desirable and expensive in the fleet. The car was named after the founder of Ferrari, and only 400 were made in the entire world.

Surin fled to Dubai following an investigation by French police who accused him of trafficking illegal drugs. Since then, four of his London homes, two homes in Kent, and money in multiple bank accounts have been seized.

Anyone wanting to take part in the auction may do so on June 26th at the Bonhams’ Goodwood Festival of Speed.

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