New images have emerged of a high-end performance and luxury vehicle collection that burned to the ground in late 2020.
According to UK tabloid The Sun, the 80-large vehicle collection is believed to have been owned by a "wealthy classic car dealer" located in "Over Peover village, Cheshire (UK)".
Australian-based Facebook page Supercar Advocates recently shared a gallery of new images, which are believed to depict the aftermath of the same incident.
Of the vehicles left recognisable is a Ferrari LaFerrari, which is worth an estimated AU$4.5 million alone. Another vehicles still able to be distinguished include a vintage Ferrari 400i and Jaguar E-Type.
A source told The Sun that "The owner is absolutely devastated" and "most of the motors were classics with some almost one of a kind".
At the time of the incident, the Cheshire Police Force said ongoing "joint investigations by firefighters and police" had led them to believe the fire had been "started deliberately".
Earlier this year, a museum containing 200 historic motorcycles also burned down.