By AOL Autos
Michael Scarpaci, a reputed Gambino associate who is about to begin a 25-month sentence after being convicted of a $20 million securities scam, has reinvented himself as quite the successful car salesman. And he's hoping that his newfound skill will help to keep him out of prison, according to the New York Daily News.
Scarpaci has been working at a Long Island Infiniti dealership and his boss, David Fine, does not want to see him go, as the business has been seeing record sales. Fine has recently been lobbying to allow Scarpaci to remain on the payroll until the end of the year.
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