Yes, and as an option a mini fridge!Probably an ash tray and lighter in the back
Well, sorry, I didn't express myself well.Wouldnt that indicate the car was outdoors?
Sounds like something an elderly person would do. Keep their car they bought back in the day on the road, and rarely take it out of the garage.. Maybe it really was the car that salesmen talk about...... "got driven by an old lady to church on Sunday" LOL.why would they maintain the registration at all over the course of several years, if they're practically never driving it?
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274-Mile 1998 Lincoln Mark VIII Collector’s Edition
Current Bid USD $32,000
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I cannot believe they were optimistic (dumb) enough to set a reserve higher than $15,250. SuperCoupes in near-mint condition don't go for that much.
Depends. You'd have to wonder what their objective is.I cannot believe they were optimistic (dumb) enough to set a reserve higher than $15,250.
I don’t think the results from obscenely high reserves accurately gauges interest, high bidder may not have had intention to buy at $15k either, might have just been pressing the button in frustration when they realized it was a BS auction. The dickweed seller probably set the reserve the same as the sticker price.Depends. You'd have to wonder what their objective is.
Sell fast? Get visibility for their dealership? ...
Just saying. Some of those BAT auctions just seem to be a way to gauge interest, without actual intention to sell.