Super-rare Lambo leads incredible sell off an African vice presidents seized car collection

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Sold for £1.032 million - 2014 McLaren P1.<br />
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Super-rare Lambo leads incredible sell off an African vice presidents seized car collection.<br />
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The State of Geneva impounded the 24 motors over a financial irregularity court case in 2016 and Bonhams sold off the sparkling collection for a whopping £20 million this weekend.<br />
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An ultra-rare Lamborghini supercar has sold at auction for a world-record price of £6,760,000.<br />
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The Veneno Roadster was one of only nine examples to be built in 2014 and was owned from new by the vice president of Equatorial Guinea.<br />
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Teodorin Obiang Nguema kept the motor for two years before it was seized by Swiss authorities as part of a financial wrongdoing case.