: You can have a one of a kind 2010 Plymouth Road Runner! All you need is $950,000.



Rodya234
11-21-09, 06:04 PM
Check it out (http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Plymouth-Road-Runner-Concept-Car_W0QQitemZ180435219454QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUS_Car s_Trucks?hash=item2a02c6f3fe#ht_2240wt_1149)


Basically it's a Challenger SRT-8 with different body panels and a turbocharger, but this thing actually looks good! Not a fan of the back, but the front end looks sweet. Oh, did I mention you're paying for a car that doesn't exist yet?

V-Eight
11-21-09, 06:09 PM
That looks friggin cool

I~LUV~Caddys8792
11-21-09, 06:14 PM
Why'd they go after the '71-'72 RR? Why not the '68-'70? Those were the lookers.

It's nice, but not one million dollar nice.

Stingroo
11-21-09, 06:15 PM
Looks like a hardcore waste of money.

thebigjimsho
11-21-09, 06:16 PM
It's not even a real car. Just pictures of what the car is suppose to look like. I've seen plenty of cool pictures of concepts. But much fewer of actual concepts that look cool.

OffThaHorseCEO
11-21-09, 06:38 PM
smells REALLY fishy. the most expensive transaction i found under his user ID is 90 dollars....now he wants to have a million dollar auction?

also i understand people have repeat customers, but this guy has a bunch of names repeated a bunch of times

Stingroo
11-21-09, 06:39 PM
I can almost guarantee he won't get the $950k for it anyway.

I can almost see $95,000 maybe. But add another zero to that and if you buy it, you're just a moron IMO.

gary88
11-21-09, 07:07 PM
$950,000 for a freaking Dodge? My gawd they must be on some hardcore drugs.

Stingroo
11-21-09, 07:08 PM
^ My thoughts exactly. What are they smoking and where is it that I may acquire some?

dkozloski
11-21-09, 07:12 PM
It's a phony as a football bat.

orconn
11-21-09, 08:48 PM
Hell, there are a bunch of old farts paying half again as much for 1960's muscle cars at car auctions (well they were a couple of years ago) whose to say that one of these guys might not spring for a custom built replica.
Remember a generation ago there were people shelling out very good money for a reworked Pontiac Grand Prix called a Stutz!

billc83
11-21-09, 09:12 PM
Granted, the Stutz Blackhawk (and other models that the revived Stutz produced) was big money, but it was no where near close to a million dollars!

The '72 Stutz Blackhawk MSRP was $23,000 ($118,631 in 2008 dollars). In '73 the MSRP jumped to $43,000.

Even $250,000 is a far cry from the seller's asking price of $950,000.

Don't disrespect the Stutz name. You may very well be mauled by a bearcat...

gdwriter
11-22-09, 12:59 AM
I wonder if it will have the correct "Beep Beep!" horn? :histeric:

Brett
11-22-09, 12:48 PM
If it had 900k in cash in the trunk it could possibly be worth the price.

I~LUV~Caddys8792
11-22-09, 12:52 PM
$950,000 for a freaking Dodge? My gawd they must be on some hardcore drugs.

For $950,000, you could probably buy every cool Dodge ever made.

Stingroo
11-22-09, 01:41 PM
Not so if you count Plymouth. Good luck finding a Cuda convert for less than seven digits.

Then again, there are only 14 of them (or some other relatively close obscenely low number).

Just a random tidbit. lol

I~LUV~Caddys8792
11-22-09, 03:03 PM
Shit, for $950,000, you could probably by Chrysler from the government! :lol: