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Owners can auction off cars for any number of reasons: to turn a profit on an investment, to raise funds for another vehicle purchase, or, perhaps, simply because the vehicle can no longer be driven in the desired manner. Sometimes, however, its not the owners choice to auction off his vehicles, particularly when theyve been acquired through other-than-legal means. David Nicoll amassed quite a collection of cars during his time as president of New Jerseys Biodiagnostic Laboratory Services (BLS); now, with Nicoll facing 17 to 22 years in prison for a guilty plea on bribery charges, his automobiles will be crossing the block at a September 12, U.S. Marshals Service auction in Lodi, New Jersey.

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Damn some nice rides there just in the pic.

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OK....Lets take guesses on the 1st car pictured. My guess is late 60's - early 70's NOVA. Too bad there's no way to find out.


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