So the Auburn car was not-sold at a listed $430k; with premium, I think that is $478k; against a low estimate of $525k. While Auburn is probably not a good venue for a Daytona, nevertheless, it seems that the trend of over-estimating Daytona values is holding... Admittedly, 78k is a fair number of miles, and the car looked like it had a variety of hap-hazard aspects to it, but it seems reasonable to assume that at $478k, none of the tradesman saw any money left in this driver. Of course, you only have a market if someone is willing to buy, and someone is willing to *sell*, so the recent no-sales does not mean that decent cars can be had at those low figures. Would have been interesting to really go over the Monterey and Auburn cars and see if they really were needy in ways that would make the bids reasonable.