OK - I hesitated before posting this one, but the car is historically significant, and the auction listing is, well, entertaining. I know it will get tons of internet "air play." I decided that I might as well post it here to in case you miss it somewhere else.
If you want to overlook the ridiculous "Buy it Now" price, you may at least enjoy the interesting story and images of the paperwork about this early Mustang. I guess a $5.5 million price on a Mustang is a great way to get some publicity.
Oh, you can click on the pictures or here to go to the EBay Auction and check out the rest of the story.
Without a doubt one of the most controversial Mustangs on the market. Nice car, although for the price I could buy three Bugatti Veyrons (currently the most expensive street legal car on the market) and have $400,000 left over to buy a decent house.
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