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First Equus (Centennial) in the U.S. sold at charity auction

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Old 02-21-2010, 04:42 PM
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Default First Equus (Centennial) in the U.S. sold at charity auction

First of the cars to go on the block was the first Hyundai Equus to ever be sold in the U.S. This S-Class for E-Class cash had a hammer price of $60,000. While pricing has not yet been announced, that should be a least a few thousand above a comparable car on dealer lots.
SOURCE: http://www.motobullet.com/news.php?id=10149 (MotoBullet)

The first Equus to ever be in the U.S. was sold at an auction in Boca Raton, Fl. The auction also sold the rights to the first models from Ferrari, Mercedes, and Audi -- not bad company to be in. All proceeds went to charity.
 
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Ive driven one here in my town..a beautiful off white colored one..priced at $68,000 plus tax's..when I win the lottery I will go back and offer them $55,000 cash in singles...I wonder if they will take the money and run.
 
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thank you all members for help
 
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