One-Hundred-and-twenty-nine items were made available for sale at a public auction by The Office of the Narcotic Control Board (ONBC) at the weekend.
The items were confiscated from drug traffickers in the Kingdom.
On offer were two Lamborghini cars, belonging to Akarakit “Benz Racing” Worarojcharoendet, and Nattapol Narkam, superbikes and a number of valuable gold ornaments.
The Lamborghini, once owned by Benz, started at eleven million baht but failed to attract a bidder. The car had been placed on auction last March, where again it failed to entice anyone into making a bid, despite being less than half price, compared to others on the market.
According to the ONCB, the price cannot be lowered any further due to outstanding finance on the vehicle.
Source : Thaivisa
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