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Old 08/16/2006, 10:54 AM   #1
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Kruse Auction GT/CS

There is a GT/CS listed in the Kruse auction for August 30 - September 5, in Auburn, Indiana.

http://www.kruseinternational.com/ve...ME=Ford&PAGE=6

I think this car has been listed on various sites for around $39,000.
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Old 08/16/2006, 11:28 AM   #2
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I was just looking at the bidder registration for next January's Barrett Jackson. The buyer's commission has jumped from 8% to 10%.

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Old 08/16/2006, 11:48 AM   #3
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There is a GT/CS listed in the Kruse auction for August 30 - September 5, in Auburn, Indiana.

http://www.kruseinternational.com/ve...ME=Ford&PAGE=6

I think this car has been listed on various sites for around $39,000.
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Your correct. This car has been all over the place and still hasn't sold. Will be interesting to see how it does.

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Old 08/16/2006, 12:48 PM   #4
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I was just looking at the bidder registration for next January's Barrett Jackson. The buyer's commission has jumped from 8% to 10%.

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That's probably because of the cost of the TV show...AND as a result OF the the TV show, too!

Pretty greedy--compared to real estate and (entertainment and literary) agent fees. I wonder what "Christie's" percentage is, in London.

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Old 08/16/2006, 03:00 PM   #5
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That's probably because of the cost of the TV show...AND as a result OF the the TV show, too!

Pretty greedy--compared to real estate and (entertainment and literary) agent fees. I wonder what "Christie's" percentage is, in London.

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Old 08/16/2006, 03:45 PM   #6
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Old 08/18/2006, 11:24 AM   #7
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I was just looking at the bidder registration for next January's Barrett Jackson. The buyer's commission has jumped from 8% to 10%.

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I sold a car of mine, a 1926 AJAX, at the Scottsdale B-J show. I was amazed at the efficiency of those folks and their ability to get pretty good money for the cars so I did not mind the 8%. If one figures 8% buying and selling fees plus for crsooing the block plus fees for the public to get in the place plus vendor fees, they did make some money. I'm not sure I would enjoy the 10%. I notcie you have a '64 'Vette as well.......so do I.
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Old 08/20/2006, 02:34 PM   #8
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I sold a car of mine, a 1926 AJAX, at the Scottsdale B-J show. I was amazed at the efficiency of those folks and their ability to get pretty good money for the cars so I did not mind the 8%. If one figures 8% buying and selling fees plus for crsooing the block plus fees for the public to get in the place plus vendor fees, they did make some money. I'm not sure I would enjoy the 10%. I notcie you have a '64 'Vette as well.......so do I.
I agree, they do a tremendous job, have all the bases covered and could not be more helpful. They spend a lot of money on advertising the thing, they get in good quality buyers and they have more than enough staff to assist both the buyers and sellers. I agree they make good money on all segments, but it takes a lot of money to put on the sort of production they do.
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