Ben's Coupe - Mecum Kissimmee

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Ken Caniglia AKA Superfly
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For those that didn't see it, here you go time 7:28.50ish. Looks like it hammered for $55,000. So then add 10% premium which I do not believe SCCA gets any of that unless Mercum waived their fee. Also, there is a charge to sell car that SCCA would normally pay. Again, not sure if Mercum waived that as well.

 

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Ken Caniglia AKA Superfly
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My point was that the SCCA normally doesn't get any of that, plus they had to pay to sell it. Normally these kind of sales are hyped up a lot more. IMO they did a poor job of the placement of this vehicle and the sales pitch. Could have gone for more if they would have done a better job.
 

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Larry White - Troll
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My point was that the SCCA normally doesn't get any of that, plus they had to pay to sell it. Normally these kind of sales are hyped up a lot more. IMO they did a poor job of the placement of this vehicle and the sales pitch. Could have gone for more if they would have done a better job.
Ken,

I believe that the SCCA and Mecum probably did a no sellers premium due to the type of transaction ( donation to an automotive organization). The buyer probably paid a premium and is trying to make money on the deal.
 
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