“This is conceivably one of the most significant and valuable automobiles to ever cross an auction block,” said Craig Jackson, president of the Barrett-Jackson Auction Company. “Carroll Shelby not only poured his automotive wisdom and racing pride into this vehicle, he also personally gripped the wheel of this American legend.”
$5M? Not even close. I'd be willing to bet closer to $8M. If one of those chuckleheaded collectors are there, I think $10M wouldn't be out of the question. Look how much they paid for that Oldsmobile.
Jay Leno and David Copperfield get in a fight over it. I give 5:1 odds in favor of Jay taking it home. At the end... no less than $10 mill.
There's an outside 20:1 shot that the Orange County Chopper guys get ahold of it, and in an attempt to 'bling' it out for Kid Rock, the Roll Bars get turned into Sissy Bars, the side pipes are extended past the rear wheel wells, the hood is taken off, and it's painted neon green with orange flames.
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