Wow. My first thought is what an idiot. My second thought is that guy has more money than sense. My third thought I guess you cant put a price on a historical vehicle. My forth thought is why is this vehicle so historical.
Think about this- How much is the Bobby Ferro Sandmaster/funco worth? The Malcolm Smith/Bud Feldkamp Bel Ray Bullet? Tom Koch's class 1 Raceco? Larry Ragland's Chaparral? Any of the McMillin 6 pack of Chenowths? Jim Summers' Funco or Raceco 1600 cars? (The guy won like 22 straight 1600 class wins in Score and HDRA when there were 40+ cars in class at every race.) Everyone of the cars I mentioned have way more wins by guys who may not be mainstream motorsports stars (Malcolm is the exception) but they had way more wins and success off road than PJ did. The price is for the bragging rights of saying you have a race car that Rufus Parnell Jones (his actual name) raced. The fact that there are no other cars like it makes it unique. He won tons of races in sprint cars, but those are not and were not unique even back then. Warpy can chime in here, but about the only other guy that is going to draw this kind of money for an off road race car is one of Ivan Stewart's Toyotas. (Here's to hoping I'm right buddy!)
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