It seems to me that prices are holding steady if not going up for mint or super clean cars. If you notice...it seems their are not as many nice vipers for sale compared to late winter/early spring. The economy not getting any worse and the war being somewhat over is helping too.
That has to be one of the worst looking drivers I've ever seen. The passenger and trunk interiors are just awful! Did you catch the "ABS" in the option list? /images/graemlins/laughing.gif
There were more Vipers built in '94 than any other year - red being the dominant color. Bottom of the barrel for price and exclusivity is a high mile red '94 with no A/C, followed by a '93 red without A/C.
Just because the auction ends as "sold" , means nothing. I know of a couple corvette sellers that bid each others cars up and if they can't get what they want , they do the fake sale, and re-list it later. This practice hurts re-sale on our cars because people say " well I can get one on e-bay for ..."
They bid each others cars up when they have a real bidder that they are attempting to get more money from. These guys Never have a reserve posted because they use the buddy system to make the reserve. That way they hook real bidders who think, "If he would pay that for it , then I will go up to .." When they don't make the amount that they want , then they do the fake sale thing and re-list later. This is very common among used car dealers and re-sellers.