WTF is with sellers in Ontario thinking a 1985 Cadillac ElDorado with 135k on the odometer is a $15,000 car? Or far too many 1980s g-bodies that aren't totally rusted out being priced at $12,500.00 ? One of my favorites of late is a 1968 Corvette that had a "frame off restoration a year go" before it was apparently backed into by a tow truck against something else- the only panels that might not be completely destroyed are the t-tops. So, you get a VIN, and if you're lucky a driveline and set of t-tops- for the incredibly low price of 'only' $15k. The 2nd Gen f-bodies don't seem to be quite as bad, but I have seen a few good examples of ridiculous (i.e. an '81 Z28 (auto trans) listed at $30k (and note, no buyers the last 30 days). Of course, none of these cars are selling- but what are these sellers thinking? Just because something is 30-40 years old doesn't mean it's worth gold. I do notice that things in good condition and priced fairly tend to disappear within 24 hours, except below $5k where it seems most buyers are assuming the vehicle is a POS or it would be priced at the ridiculous levels mentioned. Years ago, people were commenting on Barret-Jackson giving people the idea that 'every' 1970s Nova was worth a minimum of $20k, but I don't think we can blame the auctions for people pricing what are often undesirable models or something that isn't anywhere close to 'mint' being $10,000+ vehicles- are people just increasingly on crack these days?