A state auction is a good place to get an out-of-service government vehicle like a Crown Victoria or Chevrolet Tahoe, but if you’re shopping for something exotic, you probably won’t find what your looking for at a surplus sale. However if you’re in the market for a low-mile Maserati and want to get a good deal on the Italian exotic, you might want to stop by the upcoming New York State Office of General Services personal property auction.
The State of New York will auction off a 2014 Maserati GranTurismo at the sale, which according to Road & Track was impounded as part of a $9.9 million Medicaid fraud investigation. A BMW X6 SUV was also seized in the investigation and will be auctioned off the same day.
The Maserati shows just 1,660 miles on the odometer and with a nice black on red color combo, we’d say the criminal it was seized from did quite a nice job ordering this two-door drop top. The car is completely stock and features the stock 444 horsepower Ferrari-sourced 4.7-liter V8 and six-speed automatic transmission. R&T says it’s valued at $78,000, but this is a government auction, so perhaps one Maserati hopeful will get a good deal at the sale on November 2nd.