'59 250 GT California Spider sells for $3mil

Discussion in 'European Cars' started by dahldrin, Jan 19, 2008.

  1. The ones that go for that amount of money are usually very limited and special versions. You're just mad because classic Porsches don't rack up as much money.
  2. I actually found out that it does include the buyer's fee immediately after posting that, but the site was running so horrible that I couldn't edit it it. I figured that's probably what it was, but none of the places I was seeing the number mentioned that and from what I'd seen in the past, if the number listed includes fees, it's usually mentioned. I wonder what their seller's fee is... Barrett-Jackson is 8% on both ends, so I'd guess it's 10% on both ends for Gooding & Company. With fees like that, it's no wonder more and more auctions are popping up around town.
  3. Stop talking rubbish, the musclecar fever is 10000x more stupider than this. For christ sake, how many Mustangs, Barracudas, Challengers, etc, have been made?
  4. my fav old school ferrari!
  5. well, none of the major auction houses add buyers premium while on stage, it always get added up afterwards, and is normally included in their press releases
    & Gooding charges on the final bid price 10% buyers premium on vehicles and 20% on all other lots of property and applicable state or local sales or use tax
  6. no problem
    and since you live close enough we could switch from time to time <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/grin.gif"></A>
  7. #32 wt888, Feb 18, 2008
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