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Old 01-23-2013, 08:58 PM
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Originally Posted by captainaudio View Post
The world of people who keep track of GTOs and their owners will know if and when a buyer puts down the $41 million. If no one bites, the collector car world will know that there's at least a temporary ceiling to demand for the right cars. If someone does pay for it, the question then becomes where the top really is, and who else might be willing to pay tomorrow's price for a 50-year-old Ferrari today.
Supply and demand. Out of curiosity, I would be interested to learn if someone does put down the $41 million. Is there a formal registration process (similar to real estate) where title is subject to public scrutiny? I doubt the new buyer is going to go into the local DMV and file for a change in title and swear under penalty of perjury what they just paid. Or, maybe they will?
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