I know that's a relative question, relative to how badly someone want's that model or particular car. I have my 65 GTO Sport Coupe for sale on many of the usual publications and websites, including here on the Forum. It's been most interesting and frustrating that many people have a "offer number" in mind, regardless of the car's actual value or money invested in the restoration. I began my project this past January after retiring last December. It has been enjoyable project and I am very proud of the end result, while being equally shocked how much parts have gone up in price and the end cost of the restoration. Some have made offers based on other cars they have seen for sale without considering that they will have to spend thousands to tens of thousands of dollars in restoration cost to achieve a comparable level. I totally get that sometimes the "number" is just their budget, but know too that sometimes, at this price point, it's a game that some play just to see how much they can grind someone down. I know we all want the best value for our money and no one wants to overpay for anything, but this really hurts our hobby in the end. If everyone has to spend more money on their cars than it's worth, then how long can the preservation of classic cars last? The many classic car auctions have not helped our hobby either. How often have you seen a car that obviously had a complete restoration, often exceeding 100K, being sold for 30-40K? I saved a car that would have otherwise probably not been saved and am proud of keeping it alive for the next generation. None of my comments should be considered as complaining, but instead in observation. I totally get it's a competitive market, but have to ask "what's a car really worth?" I hate to sell my 65, but will be moving across the country soon and need to move it along to a new home. If you know of anyone in the market for a nicely restored GTO Sport Coupe, I would really appreciate your passing along my information. I totally get that this post is unconventional, but we live in unconventional times and we car guys and gals have to stick together to keep our hobby alive and inspire the next generation to do the same. I've updated "my garage" with recent photo's and details. Happy Thanksgiving to all!