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VW accuses Lamborghini O.C. of $12 million theft

That title catches you off guard! How many douche-bags are there in this world. Head on over to the OCRegister to read the rest.

Lamborghini Orange County, formerly the world’s largest dealer of the Italian luxury vehicles that sell from upwards of $200,000 apiece, closed in November without explanation. Now court documents indicate what happened.

The owners of Lamborghini Orange County in Santa Ana committed “outright theft” of approximately $12 million by selling its fleet of exotic sports cars at deep discounts and failing to pay their creditor, according to a lawsuit filed by Volkswagen Credit Inc. in Orange County Superior Court.

- autoblog via - OCRegister.com


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