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Alleged drug trafficker's seized sports car collection up for auction

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car collection with a notorious past is up for auction in Massachusetts.The sports cars were seized by the Northwestern District Attorney's Office in 2020 following the arrest of Cory Taylor, who police found with 138 pounds of marijuana in a van he was driving during a routine traffic stop.

This 1993 Supra has just 8,169 on the odometer. (Stanley J. Paine Auctioneers) A follow-up investigation turned up evidence suggesting that Taylor, 41, was running a massive drug trafficking operation and had used the proceeds to purchase over two dozen classic sports cars from the 1990s and early 2000s.

Weapons and over $4 million in cash were also discovered at two properties he owned in New Salem and Holyoke.Bids on this 1997 Supra have reached $155,000. (Stanley J.

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