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2016 Mecum Denver, July 9, 2016. Watch live via Mecum LiveStream.

https://www.mecum.com/lots/DN0716-25...y-convertible/ LOT S138

FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION

2007 SKY, Red
Engine/2.4 Twin Turbo 348 HP
Trans/6-Speed
Color/Red
Interior/Black w/Red piping
HIGHLIGHTS
SEMA Show winner 2007
Approximately $100,00 in upgrades for the SEMA Show
6-speed transmission
348 HP Twin Turbo engine
Cannot be registered by a Colorado resident who lives in an area that requires an emissions test

Sold for $20,000
 

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Agreed, not surprising, given some of the other auction results on heavily modified kappas.

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did they remove $100,000 in parts?....or am I just not seeing where all the monies went?
I've wondered the same thing when professional new builds cross the block and the build price is announce. The only thing I can figure out is it's the price if a customer wanted a duplicate build.

Unless you're in the business I doubt most people know the true cost of a build, and I'm sure there is a lot of behind closed doors arrangements that take place.
 

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It is also NOT a twin turbo build. On the pictures it only shows 1 turbo.
There is certainly not 100K invested in that SKY, however at 20K was good buy to whom ever bought it.
 
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