Maybe the price isn't to far fetched when compared to some other things:
I was reading about a stamp that sold for $9.5 Million. I was thinking I could make a case for buying 220 in that I could drive 220 to work if I had to and it might only cost $110K. The $9.5M stamp wouldn't take me anywhere.
The $9.5 million stamp would take you to the poor house.
As Dad said "Cars are worth what people will pay for them, rarity and condition are the reasons for a higher or lower price" I think there is only one #220 and it's documentation looks good so it should bring a very high price. Just my $.02!
Whether you collect stamps or cars, either way you take a licking!!!
I don't know about that... using the same logic, my 1913 Touring number 299,995 is a one-of-a-kind as well. Anyone wanna give me 35k for it since there is only "one" 299,995 ever made? Just funnin'..
Jim, I'll take that case one step further, er, backward... my '13 is 254,719 so since it's even older,(hence all the more "rarer"?) I should at least be able to get $37K for it!! Ha ha. Yeah right.