Gorgeous car, the red seats, black interior, and thunder grey color schemes is one of the nicer looking combinations I've seen I think. That's very subjective of course but I think that whoever chose the colors did a great job on this one. A rare car indeed, and it will be very interesting to see how much it goes for and also what the reserve is.
Ad says 'first to $90,000 will own it', whatever that means.
I guess they won't wait until the end of the auction, but it makes you wonder why they didn't choose to use the "Buy it now" option.
Do the US Signature 100s show the original buyer in the centre of the plaque? (see pictures on the ebay listing)
If so this car was bought originally by Dougy Teitelbaum, profiled here (http://www.nytimes.com/2004/05/17/bu...anted=3&src=pm) and here (http://www.milkeninstitute.org/event...GC10&SPID=4643).
David Geffen recently upgraded to a 2.5. This might be another early adopter going with the latest model.
The world loves to be deceived.
Here is another:
And the original ebay listing (now expired) for Sig 100 # 28 did have a picture of the plaque with a customer name on it.
( S-2000 Roadster, this is a plaque between the seats, not the door sill. )
As far as I know these sorts of plaques were put on Founders' series, US Sig 100, and EU Sig 250, but not on regular production after the signatures.
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