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24 Jan 2012 21:38 #22001 by landmark
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wizzells wrote: The estimate on 2336/J487 was $900,000-$1,200,000, but I'm pretty sure it went for less than that. Can't remember the exact number (I'm thinking it was in the $800,000 range, + commission) and the results are not posted on RM's site yet.


Hello,

RM has now posted the auction result on its Site. The Duesenberg J 2336/J-487 is listed with $ 880000 (incl. buyers premium?)

That is not so much for an "original" Dual Cowl Pheaton.

Matt

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25 Jan 2012 18:46 #22010 by Tom Georgeson
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These seemingly low sales make me wonder just how many of them aren't just buy back because of the no reserve feature of B-J sales?

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25 Jan 2012 19:50 #22011 by landmark
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Tom Georgeson wrote: These seemingly low sales make me wonder just how many of them aren't just buy back because of the no reserve feature of B-J sales?


That would be the secret of the auctioneer and the consigner. It would be interesting to know, in case of a buy-back, if the "buyer" has to pay the buyers premium to the auctioneer <!-- s:wink: --><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/icon_wink.gif" alt=":wink:" title="Wink" /><!-- s:wink: -->

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25 Jan 2012 20:51 #22014 by Tom Georgeson
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Or t could be a second party of the seller. A friend, employee or relative.

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25 Jan 2012 21:02 #22015 by Steve Derus
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Watching the Barett Jackson on TV when the Duesey town car crossed the block I think it was a legitimate sale. The guy who bought it bought a pantload of other cars also while I was watching. If he was a schill he was working for a lot of sellers. He had a surprised look on his face when the reserve came off and his $950k bid won it.

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26 Jan 2012 01:15 #22018 by alsancle
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Can someone smarter than me explain how Gooding got so much for a Murphy conv coupe? Seems like twice the going rate?

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