For Sale 5 Hurst cars on ebay at once

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  1. Rustyrodknocker

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    Over 1% of the cars built are on ebay this week.
    Seems like an unlikely occurence.
    That's enough to influence the value. Per the concept of supply and demand.

    There are probably some years of camaros that have fewer current listings.
     
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    What's even more astounding is that it is one dealer (Streetside Classics - Tampa FL) that is offering three of them (CM23U0C200005, CM23U0C203166, CM23U0C232833) at the very same time. I can only assume he bought this triplet from a collector and now has to turn them into cash as quickly as possible.
     
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    streetside is a consignment dealer.
    i think there was also 1 more 300 Hurst when the listings came out months ago
     
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    All four of the Hursts at Kissimmee last January (including these three) are owned by this Streetside guy, who I am acquainted with. He's the same guy who was selling that well-restored Hurst for $80K-ish. It went to $55K at Kissimmee and he didn't lift the reserve. I wonder where that car went?

    005 was sold at Carlisle in '18 and immediately went into "flip it" mode. It's okay...has a few liberties taken with originality. Giant 3" exhaust tips look awful.

    166 is pretty nice.

    833 (console car) is a bit of a mess. Not awful, but needs lots of love.

    All this availability of this "rarity" doesn't much help the value of my car!
     
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    Ahh....here's the $80K car, #179. Easily identified by the underdash AC and the Sanden compressor. Still bouncing around in Tampa. Still nicely done. I've been over every inch of this one.

    1970 Chrysler 300 Series | eBay
     
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    I believe that was owned (or owned by a brother?) by a member here. Very nice car, but he had trouble getting what I thought was a fair price for it.
     
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    The one owned by the brother, only was $28.9k, $29.5k or something like that, it wasn't anywhere near the $80k. If that's the same car, that seller is insane, well, might be anyways.
     
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    The issue is that Hurst prices went nuts at the Winter Car Auctions about a year and a half ago. A couple went for over $50k and overnight the Hurst market surged. It lasted a few months before prices came back down to reality. These dealers bought the cars before the prices lowered and now can't sell them.
     
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