Originally Posted by Rayman
Don't know, but for a car with that mileage and damage history the REAL price can't be too far from that. Seller might be sorry he didn't take it.
The seller wanted to be @ $200k but BaT set the reserve @ $189 (according to him). I think given the market, the accident history, the mileage, no maintenance history, that I would agree with you, he should have taken the highest bid. If you go to that auction and look at picture #8/88 (the full on front look from knee or bumper level), you can see a lot of misalignment in the body panels. There is no doubt that is still a beautiful car, but it is going to take a fair amount of investment to make it right inside and out.