According to the official FBI website, 40-year-old David Nicoll, of Mountain Lakes, N.J., amassed a significant fortune through his company, Biodiagnosotic Laboratory Services, LLC, via a scheme to bribe health care providers to prescribe unnecessary blood tests.

As is often the case when greed gets out of hand, the Feds caught up with Nicoll and brought the full weight of the Money Laundering and Asset Forfeiture team to bear on Mr. Nicoll and his collection of vintage muscle cars that have been dubbed “the blood money collection.” They’ll be auctioned at the U.S. Marshal Services Auction Facility in Lodi, N.J., on Sept. 12. Here are some of the highlights: