Carson, CA (KABC/CNN) - Customs officials in California say all of these stolen luxury cars and trucks were part of a smuggling ring.
There are 20 of them in all, valued at more than $1.5 million.
The bust was the result of a GPS signal from a stolen Ferrari.
Officials say the vehicles were in shipping containers, labeled as scales, printer cartridges and fitness equipment headed for Hong Kong and Vietnam.
The scheme involved people using stolen identities to buy or lease the vehicles.
They'll be returned to the financing companies that now own them.
No arrests have been made.