ok, maybe i'm not explaining my point well enough.
let's take classic muscle cars 4 example. my friend and i have built up a few nice old cars, drag raced 'em 4 a lil while and sold 'em 4 a few years now. we would like every car we built 2 b a 67, 68 camaro or a 66, 67 nova, but those cars r too high priced. we're not talking whole cars hear, just bodies and frames (sometimes just bodies) and ppl want 2 - 10 times the price 4 the same car, just a few years younger or older. simply cuz they saw on barrett auctions that some1 else made this amount of money on the same car. so they n turn think they can sell it 4 a premium even when it's a POS with cancer holes all over it.
it's just ludicrous when i hear some1 say, "oh, 15 grand 4 that body, that ain't bad..." r u ***** serious?!? just cuz some1 decides 2 pay a ridiculous amount of money 4 something doesn't mean it's competitive pricing or even a good deal.
take 4 example the Plymouth Prowler. this car was supposed 2 b sold around the $20k mark, along side the PT Cruiser, but when they found out the demand 4 the car was so high, they went and jacked it up 2 $70k... and ppl pay that much 4 it