Former Sports CS Rashid Echesa on Monday got his Range Rover back after it was finally released by police.
Echesa went to Milimani law courts on Monday to have it inspected before he took it.
The Office of the DPP had unsuccessfully attempted to have the vehicle and two firearms withheld from the former CS.
However, the court in July ruled that there is no legal justification for the continued detention of the vehicle.
Echesa was charged in February with six counts of making a false document in the Sh39.5 billion fake arms deal among other offences.
Echesa has sued the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) for revoking his firearms licence, confiscating two pistols and his Range Rover vehicle.
Echesa said police confiscated the items while conducting a search of his house in Karen, Nairobi, on February 13 and 15, 2020.
In June, Echesa filed an urgent application in Milimani court, saying that he had been forced to sometimes use public transport which has subjected him to embarrassment.
“By continuing to illegally detain applicant’s only motor vehicle, the respondents have rendered him immobile, subjected him to embarrassment and loss of human dignity in that he is now forced to use public transport and sometimes walk.” the suit papers read.
The confiscation of his firearm too, he said, has exposed him to security risk.