Justin Hyde on the Mecum auction:
Sure enough, the Hemi Cuda brought a final hammer price of $3.78 million, making it the most valuable Chrysler product ever sold and one of the top muscle cars depending on what’s in the mix. The Cuda’s payday is only outstripped by a couple of Corvettes and Shelby Cobras; no other Mustang or Camaro comes close to its multi-million dollar value.
Is there any value in buying a hot car today, and parking it in a garage for 40 years? Other than not being around for the payday?