Disappeared exotic autos now with car team landlord

BROWARD COUNTY, Fla. — A new lawsuit has been filed in Broward County, revealing far more than 30 exotic cars that disappeared from an car group in Boca Raton are now with the group’s landlord, who claims he owns the autos and the group never experienced the right to market them. 

“There is a scam happening,” Frederick Hall told WPTV. 

“I have never ever felt so violated in my everyday living,” Chad Zakin reported. 

Make contact with 5 spoke with Hall and Zakin in early April when their $400,000 Lamborghinis vanished from Excell Vehicle Team in Boca Raton.

“It is gonna be a serious big involvement of a whole lot of entrepreneurs, cars,” Hall stated. 

Hall’s vehicle allegedly vanished although it was acquiring program maintenance get the job done finished at Excell’s physique store. 

Zakin informed WPTV he brought his vehicle to Excell Auto to have it appraised. He statements Excell then sold it. 

That exact 7 days, the house owners of Excell Automobile Group, Scott and Kristen Zankl, filed for individual bankruptcy. 


Chad Zakin reported Excell Automobile Team offered his vehicle with out his authorization for about $400,000, but he hasn’t been given a penny.

Their landlord, Car Wholesale of Boca, owned by Moshe Farache, then filed a lawsuit against the Zankls in Palm Beach front County, expressing the Zankls owe him more than $2 million. 

“We’re dealing with enormous fraud,” Jay Farrow, Farache’s attorney, explained to WPTV. “South Florida, sad to say, is a shady area with some shady folks.” 

Farrow spoke with Get hold of 5 on Thursday in Broward County, where Farache is now currently being sued together with the Zankls. 

The fit was filed by FVP Chance Fund III, a Delaware restricted liability company.

According to the match, FVP loaned the Zankls $7.5 million in January. It accuses them of having a “bold scheme” to “defraud the plaintiffs” and “change the money into costly automobiles.” 

Jay Farrow, attorney for Moshe Farache in missing exotic cars


Jay Farrow, the attorney for Moshe Farache, calls the exotic motor vehicle scenario “significant fraud.”

“This is part of the fraud that Scott Zankl was functioning, was collateralizing these cars and then in some conditions, selling them to unsuspecting victims, cars that belong to my shopper or even some others,” Farrow claimed. 

Farache now has the 35 lacking cars, which he statements he owns. 

The match accuses him of threatening to destroy Scott Zankl if he didn’t hand around the vehicles, allegedly saying, “He was associated with Israeli Intelligence and legal underworld figures, and that he was a really risky person.”

“My client denies those people allegations,” Farrow claimed. 

Excell Auto Group in Boca Raton


Excell Vehicle Team in Boca Raton is a section of lawsuits involving a lot more than 30 exotic autos.

It can be all aspect of an ongoing investigation by Boca Raton police. 

“This could seem like a Ponzi plan. At the conclude of the working day, as significantly as my customers are involved, they want to apparent their title and they also want to assert their legal rights in opposition to the wrongdoers,” Farrow stated. 

When WPTV did the original story, Scott Zankl’s attorney, Guy Fronstin, sent us this assertion: 

“The motor vehicles in problem had been unlawfully taken from Excel Auto’s showroom and Mr. Zankl is undertaking all the things he can to support the police uncover the cars so that they can be returned to their rightful entrepreneurs.”

Fronstin did not reply to our requests for comment on Thursday.