<VV> You won't believe what a Stinger sold for TODAY!
bhlamotte at gmail.com
Mon Jan 14 13:19:45 EST 2019
Yep, one off the charts sale doesn't necessarily set the market.
On Mon, Jan 14, 2019 at 1:11 PM John Howell via VirtualVairs <
virtualvairs at corvair.org> wrote:
> I looked until I got tired and never did see the actual car. People with
> money to burn can pay that price and it is no big deal to them but that
> does not make all other nice cars worth that much. Bad for most of us
> that can not afford to pay those prices for Corvairs. You could take a
> rough Corvair to FantomWorks and have it restored to like new for less
> than $200,000 ! Probably less than half of that. Yes I know it was a
> John Howell
> UV417 & UV489, Corvair trucks, vans, and cars since 1962
> On 1/13/2019 1:30 PM, Matt wrote:
> > From: John Howell via VirtualVairs
> > FINALLY! Someone with enough brains to just show the price!
> > =====================================================
> > Brains? If you just went to the Mecum Website you can see that~!
> > The actual price the BUYER paid to possess this car $200k + 10%
> “buyer’s Premium” = $220k
> > Besides.. it wasn’t the Price….. we’ve seen $117k $125k in the last
> few years…
> > It was how the auction progressed!
> > https://youtu.be/wY4ChmFpih8
> > Matt Nall
> > Sea Mtn., Or.
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