Because now his collection of vintage muscle cars is going up for auction, and it’s bound to fetch some big bids.
As president of New Jersey’s Biodiagnostic Laboratory Services (BLS), Nicoll bribed over a dozen doctors to send blood samples to his company to test, all while billing Medicare for the bogus work.
Between 2006 and 2012, Nicoll’s scheme bankrolled an astounding $200 million for BLS, and earned him a reported $33 million, which he spent on cars, strippers, and season tickets to the Pittsburgh Steelers and New York Jets.
Crook or not, Nicoll knew how to pick a muscle car.
Get ready, they’re a doozy: a 1969 Yenko Chevelle Two-Door Hardtop; 1969 Yenko Nova; 1969 Yenko Camaro; 1970 Chevelle Convertible; and a 1970 Chevelle Super Sport 454. A whole boatload of pristine muscle.
The sale, conducted by AJ Wilner Auctions, will be held on Sept. 12 in Lodi, New Jersey. Learn more about these vintage muscle cars and view the auction details here.