Every day the Notorious B.I.G. is proven right, Mo' Money equals Mo' Problems. Just ask poor reclusive millionaire Walter Medlin who had his 1967 Ferrari, one of only three in existence, confiscated by the IRS to take care of $3 million in back taxes. The starting bid for this auction will be $2 million and authorities say it will most likely go for more than that. So if the government gets $6 million for the thing will the reimburse Medlin that $3 million difference? We're guessing the answer is no.
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