Drug kingpin's car collection up for auction

Ferraris, Bugatti, Maybach and more part of Alvaro Tardón collection

MIAMI – If you've always wanted to live the life of a drug kingpin, but without the fear of violence or jail time; your time has come.

Of course, you'll need to have a full wallet to play along.

The U.S. Marshals Service is currently auctioning off high-end vehicles confiscated from renowned drug lord Alvaro Lopez Tardón. 

Cars such as a 2003 Ferrari Enzo and a 2008 Bugatti Veyron are up for grabs with a hefty price tag in the online auction.

The Ferrari has already fetched a bid topping $1.9 million, while the Bugatti has scored a $900,400 bid.

If you're skittiish about buying anything online, the cars will be able to be seen at an auction preview to be held July 6 at Marlins Park.

Tardón was sentenced to 150 years in the Miami Federal Detention Center in 2014 after being convicted on one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering and 13 counts of money laundering.

Tardón was the head of a narcotics ring that distributed over 7,500 kilograms of cocaine in Madrid.  The Spanish national also laundered over $14 million in drug proceeds by buying Miami real estate and luxury cars.

The auction, which ends Thursday at 11 a.m., features four luxury SUV's, Bentley Continental, a Rolls Royce, Maybach 57S and two Mercedes Benz sedans.

If you're interested in living the lifestyle of a former drug lord, click here to take part in the auction.