Owner Says: “Automotive experts agree the CCX is as sweet as supercars come, and for more reasons than just its 3.2-second rip from 0 to 60 miles an hour; its quarter-mile run in 9.9 seconds at 146 m.p.h.; or its roughly 245 m.p.h. top speed.”
My Thoughts: I could buy 2000+ Pontiac Fieros for this price. 2000 cars or 1….. hmmm. Not sure.
Owner Says: “For your consideration is a 1965 Mustang Shell. Most of the parts have been removed. It still has the rearend, and front suspension as well as the wheels. The quarter panels have some rust in the bottoms. The quarter windows are still there and lots of various other parts including: Steering column, Brake Assembly, Heater Motor. The floors are in decent shape. The roof is not usable.”
My Thoughts: In New England, normally the roof is the only good part of an old car. Apparently in Oregon, not even the roofs are safe!
Owner Says: “The car was produce hand make in the company Böhminischen Märischen Machine in the year 1934. In this time epoch till 1945 have sitting in the car prominent people. The car is a original and in well condition. You can feel the time.”
My Thoughts: I cannot feel the time for a Prago Picalo.
Sometimes life doesn’t make sense. I know this because I frequently find myself oogling at the cars on eBay and the crazy price tags that are attached to them. Some cars that I find are really really great deals, and some are absolutely the worst way that you could even think to spend your hard earned money. So as a new 1A Auto Blog feature, I am going to begin reporting on the most and least expensive cars that I find on eBay.
Here are the two “Most vs. Least Expensive Cars on eBay” rules:
1) I am only going with “buy it now” prices to keep things legit.
2) It must have pictures for our entertainment. No pictures = disqualified.