took me 18 months to get the CS sold a couple of years back. My guess as to why on these cars (scuds, CS) is that they have held value near the 200k +/- usd range (in the usa market anyways) and thus are now in direct "price competition" with many very fast, very cool new or newer cars. 458's are now in that range or below. McLaren's. And on and on. There are so many places to spend your sports car bucks nowadays...and older cars that have held value are a bit of a strange duck (imho scuds are a tweener between "great driving car" and "collector car" and thus not solely priced due to collectability). So they get compared to other "great driving cars" and not so much to "great cars to collect". Just means it can take a long, long time to find someone that wants a Scud when nothing else will do at the 200k +/- general price point...a "scud fanboy" for lack of a better phrase (or "cs fanboy" in my case).