A drug dealer turns out to be a sports car collectorSeptember 7, 2020
37 iconic sports cars of yesteryear found in his garage
Corey Taylor, 41, who was detained by police with 62 kilograms of marijuana, kept a collection of valuable sports cars in a former fire station converted into a garage.
During a large-scale anti-drug operation in the US state of Massachusetts, a resident of the city of Holyoke was detained. Corey Taylor, 41, was transporting about 62 kilograms of marijuana in a van, but the police introduced himself as a FedEx courier and said that he was just delivering an order for a customer named Juan and had no idea what was in the six bags in the back. The officers did not believe him and arrested him, but the court released Taylor on bail, after which he disappeared without a trace. As the investigation showed, the drug dealer turned out to be a collector of sports cars: the Carscoops publication reports that 37 rather interesting cars were found in his garage.
An old fire station in the center of Holyoke, which is formally owned by the mother of the offender, found eight Toyota Supra Mk4s, three Nissan GT-Rs, five BMW M3 E46 in rare colors, three BMW M3 E92 (one of which is a Lime Rock Edition), three Nissan Skyline The R34, two of which are purple, the Honda S2000, Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, and many other iconic sports cars. Eight more “exotic cars” were found by the police elsewhere, but no details were given. More than a million dollars in cash and 24 firearms were also found at Taylor’s home. Now the owner of the sports car collection is wanted.
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