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1964.5 MUSTANG 4.5 MILLION DOLLARS ON EBAY?

1964.5 CONVERTIBLE 5F08F100145 FOR SALE ON EBAY FOR 4.5 MILLION DOLLARS. THOUGHTS ANYONE? Item number: 220356756601


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i had my 64 1/2 on ebay too for 6 million. like this one - it wont get any bids

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1964.5 MUSTANG 4.5 MILLION DOLLARS ON EBAY?

Man oh man, i was just about to press the "confirm bid" button when i realized that my credit card limit was only $10000...oh well..
He should give Jay Leno a call....i'm sure he'd be interested..

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Re: 1964.5 MUSTANG 4.5 MILLION DOLLARS ON EBAY?

From the Ebay ad:

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This car has similar hand-assembly techniques as the newly discovered 05C pre-production prototype Mustang convertible and we feel that this car is also in the elite group of being one of the first few Mustang pre-production convertibles built
Good grief, not this again....

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the french ..... pssssth

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I just listed mine for 7 million cause it's F A S T.




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How on earth can this car get almost as much as that newly found Bugatti?
It's just not THAT rare or unique.
Ah well, I'll just write a check. Just stand back 20 feet after it hits the ground.....
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Re: 1964.5 MUSTANG 4.5 MILLION DOLLARS ON EBAY?

My thoughts
I think this guy just smoked $4.5M worth of crack.


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Wonder what went on in those French Movies where the car was alleged to have been "featured". Maybe Brigette Bardot........never mind!xxx! :p
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I have previously dubbed this the "Lone Moron Sales Theory".

All the seller needs is one person (the lone moron) to think it's worth that much, and he's RICH . He's got about as much a chance of hooking that one moron as he has of hooking a trophy blue marlin in his bathtub...but maybe it's worth a try.




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Hey he's got 100% positive feed back. He sold a statue and got positive feedback!

Wonder how much it would be "worth" without red paint on the warrenty plate, door latch etc.

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What a joke - what does it cost to list something for that much money on eBay? Someone is obviously just looking for publicity...

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