In an alleged arson attack, a fleet of luxury vehicles worth millions have been reduced to rubble.
On Monday at 10:00 pm rescue workers could not save 80 vehicles which include £1.2milllion Ferrari, Porsches, Lamborghinis, and Jaguars
The two barns of farms had a suspected arson attack that destroyed a fleet of luxury cars.
The engines are claimed to be possessed by an affluent dealer in antique cars and were housed in two farmland outbuildings in Cheshire’s Over Peover village.
A vehicle was supposedly held as part of a scheme for finance and worth £ 3 million.
A LaFerrari – a unique, special edition Ferrari worth £ 1.2 million – was reported to be among the destroyed cars.
“The owner is absolutely devastated. Most of the motors were classics with some almost one of a kind,” says the source.
The rare edition LaFerrari worth £ 1.2 million before the destruction.