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Ever wanted to have your own “Batmobile?” What about a DeLorean outfitted with a flux capacitor? Or a 1959 Cadillac ambulance with enough space for proton packs and Ecto-Containment Unit?

Fans of “Batman,” “Back to the Future,” and “Ghostbusters” might need to clear some space in their garage as replica versions of these well-known movie vehicles go up for auction Aug. 1 by the U.S. Marshals.

The auction is at Skipco Auto Auction in Canal Fulton, Ohio, but will also be simulcast online.

They are three of eight vehicles owned by Ryan Sheridan, who bilked millions of dollars through Medicare fraud. In January, he was sentenced to more than 7 years in prison for fraud and conspiracy and was ordered to pay $24,479,939 in restitution, prosecutors said.

“These three flashy cars are an example of the ill-gotten gains obtained with the tens of millions of dollars that Ryan Sheridan stole from Medicaid, and therefore American taxpayers,” U.S. Marshal Pete Elliott said in a statement. “The U.S. Marshals routinely sell vehicles, real estate and other assets in order to return proceeds to victims of federal crimes.”