Most large collections have some sort of theme. Whether it’s as specific as ’70s Mopar or as broad as classic European cars, there is usually an underlying current of taste or preference that guides a person’s acquisition choices. Then, there are rarities like the Elkhart Collection. With everything from vintage Ferraris to a 1948 Crosley ice cream truck, this collection of vehicles is astonishingly diverse. If there is a single thread to find amidst the throng of supercars, prewar jewels, off-beat microcars, ’50s American metal, Japanese treasures, and more, it’s quality and care.
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Short version of story: he owned a payroll company that subtracted money from the client's accounts to pay for IRS withholding but never sent the money to the IRS, and he engaged in check kiteing. This is when you write a bad check and then temporarily cover it by depositing a bad check from a different bank, which you then cover by depositing a bad check from a third bank. Even the guy's wife is suing him, for attempting to sell off commonly held assets without her permission.
Thx for asking. Just now, it loaded and played fine. And ansswered my question about the butterscotch coupe. FYI, I tried twice to reply to your email and both times it bounced saying my email was not listed on your system.
"In case you’re wondering, RM Sotheby’s will keep the consignor’s identity anonymous." The consignor of this massive collection is a very well known bad man and is court ordered to sell it to pay for his wrong doings.