We are frequently reminded that there are no constants in the car market. No price is absolutely too high or too low, no deal completely good or bad. A 1966 Triumph TR4 that may only bring $8,000 when dragged out of a garage in Arkansas may fetch $18,000 when fully detailed and offered under the shining lights of the Barrett-Jackson stage. Both prices are correct, and both deals can be called fair.
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