Good Morning, Vietnam: why these 144 exotic supercars gather dust in Hanoi

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There is nothing more infuriating than a supercar – see a Ferrari 430 Scuderia – left gathering dust and dirt on a ship. After that image is often an even more gruesome story, problems with the IRS and Customs, shady dealings, and so he hides. This scene is common in some countries, especially in the Middle East, but we present the history that happened in Vietnam . And unfortunately there is only one left Ferrari, but a total of 144 exotic cars for everyone, SUVs, supercars, sedans, SUVs, super-coupes, with a common detail: all are very expensive, rare and highly desired. What happened to had just this fashion?

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As we had from GT Spirit, this collection could be a part of “stash” apprehended by the authorities of Hanoi in 2013 . A network of car traffic meant that more than 600 cars from crossing Vietnamese territory, until China sounded the alarm to its southern neighbors to meet 15 cars smuggled into its territory near the border.

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The authorities pulled the strings and found a total of 600 cars, of which many end up staying in temporary storage , perhaps hoping that its origin desentraƱase. And if these have been stolen, easy retrieval, awaiting auction. These 144 vehicles have been auctioned yet. Something that would solve a storage problem and the authorities would recover the splendor of these machines, in a country which incidentally sells increasingly supercars. – Brands such as Lamborghini has chosen to enter the Vietnam market in recent years

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Meanwhile, before we have a collection in which we see several Ferrari, including a 430 Scuderia Spider and 430 ; some Maserati, Audi A8, Porsche Cayenne, Mercedes Class G, even different models of Bentley, Rolls-Royce and Maybach.

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