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I dont think you all understand how this works, there are several collectors in the US that "work together" to ensure that certain things retain there value in the "correct circles" theres a lot more too it than just thinking, that, or any car, is REALLY worth that sort of money....its a business "thing" (in this scenario)

...but, a '70, '71 Hemi 'Cuda is as good as it gets (obviously). I think, the one that Craig Jackson owns (Blow Job auctions) is the one I had offered in '86 for £8K. He paid $2.2mill for it I believe.
 

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...but, a '70, '71 Hemi 'Cuda is as good as it gets (obviously). I think, the one that Craig Jackson owns (Blow Job auctions) is the one I had offered in '86 for £8K. He paid $2.2mill for it I believe.[/QUOTE]

How come you didn't buy it???!!!
 

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...but, a '70, '71 Hemi 'Cuda is as good as it gets (obviously). I think, the one that Craig Jackson owns (Blow Job auctions) is the one I had offered in '86 for £8K. He paid $2.2mill for it I believe.
How come you didn't buy it???!!![/QUOTE]
Probably because that was actually a lot of money for a musclecar back then, before the crazy price explosion. Remeber, people used to run Hemis, Shelbys and so on as regular street machines. Probably had more fun then too.
 

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I think these cars are bought by investors for large corporations and only see the inside of climate controlled storage units and get sold on for a tidy profit a few years later. I thought the most expensive yank ever was the Dodge Charger owned by John Schlesinger out of the Dukes of Hazzard. I remember it going for silly money a few years ago on Ebay? :beuj: Correct me if I'm wrong....
 
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