Washington – The U.S. Marshals are auctioning three vehicles that belonged to Rudy Kurniawan, the California man convicted of fraud in federal court in 2013 for producing and selling millions of dollars of counterfeit wine.
The vehicles will be sold in a live auction in Rancho Cucamonga, California, Oct. 29. A preview of the vehicles will be held Oct. 28 and the day of the auction, just prior to the sale. Apple Auctioneering is performing the sale on behalf of the Marshals. See www.appleauctioneeringco.com/#!live-auctions/oo6f1 for further information.
The three vehicles, all black, consist of a 2011 Mercedes Benz G-Class SUV with 866 miles, a 2008 Lamborghini Murciélago sports car with 938 miles, and a 2008 Land Rover Range Rover with 36,739 miles.
Net proceeds from the sales will be made available to the court for restitution to the victims in this case.
The Marshals are also currently holding thousands of bottles of wine in this case, which have been authenticated as real, to be sold at a later date.