David Beckham is selling off his £500,000 car collection.
The 36-year-old LA Galaxy footballer has reportedly decided to clear out the garage at Beckingham Palace - the UK house he and wife Victoria bought in 1999 - now they live in America full time.
Two Bentleys, a BMW 645, a Range Rover Sport and his Lamborghini Gallardo worth £170,000 are all expected to go, along with three Harley-Davidson motorbikes.
A source told The Sun newspaper: ''David's collection is amazing and each of these vehicles is worth a fortune.
''They are hardly used and are kept in prize condition -- but David sees little point in them just mothballing in the UK and it's not practical to ship them to America.
''They will be sold off for other enthusiasts to enjoy. Their value easily exceeds half a million but their real worth will be the association with Becks.''
The move comes amid reports the couple plans to sell Beckingham Palace for £18million, as well as their £2.5million French villa, and focus all of their energies on life in Los Angeles with sons Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, nine, Cruz, seven and eight-month-old daughter Harper. Victoria is expected to maintain a base in London, where she already has a studio for her fashion label.