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Most Expensive Vehicles Sold on eBay

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In the recent months we have seen some of the most expensive vehicles ever sold on eBay motors. This includes our top car, the 1959 Ferrari 250 GT California which just sold on October 3rd, 2010 for a price tag of $3.26 million dollars. This graphic does include some vehicles with a final sales price that leave us scratching our heads, but we’ll attempt to address.

The odd valued vehicles include the “2005 Harley Davidson Road King” and the “1969 Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman” which are both the result of celebrity connection.

  • The Harley was featured on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and signed by many of Jay’s guests. After several weeks on the set it was auctioned off and all the proceeds went to support the tsunami relief efforts.
  • The Mercedes-Benz was once owned by Elvis Presley and the seller clams that the ‘King’ himself placed a $5,500 down payment and made payments for 36 months. This was one of the few vehicles the King owned in his name and kept for many years.

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6 Comments on "Most Expensive Vehicles Sold on eBay"

Tony L.
5 years 8 days ago


5 years 8 days ago

Didn’t know they sold such expensive cars on ebay.

5 years 5 days ago

Sure would like more info about items sold, like, what justifies a $700,000.00+ over the $18,000.00 list price for the 2005 HD Road King?, anybody know???

5 years 5 days ago

The Road King was on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and sold to support the tsunami relief efforts.

5 years 5 days ago


4 years 5 months ago

This article ahcieevd exactly what I wanted it to achieve.