Bruce Willis Muscle Cars For Sale

Robert Farago
by Robert Farago
bruce willis muscle cars for sale

Interesting photo. Either Bruce is majorly pissed about something the photographer said or did (see: Winston Churchill Karsh), or he’s finally perfected the art of looking like a something other than an endlessly pampered, egomaniacal movie star. Anyway, his timing for this sale sucks. Anyone who clings to the belief that prices for vintage muscle cars will defy the gravity of the stock market is seriously deluded. By the time this deal goes down– Saturday, October 25 at Bonham’s in LA— the muscle car market will have tanked. Are there enough “crotch sniffers” (nice one Stephan) who’d pay a premium to own a muscle car owned by a man famous for saying “Yippie ki-yay, motherfucker”? I doubt it. It’s one thing to own an example of the breed purchased by Steve McQueen (or similar) back in the day. It’s another to own a muscle car bought by a celebrity who uses it to pose like a tough guy, even though the toughest thing about him is his agent.

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  • Stephan Wilkinson Stephan Wilkinson on Oct 10, 2008

    Bozoer Rebbe, it absolutely gets a bounce in price, but that doesn't mean it's valid, Among the Barrett-Jackson crowd, they'll go crazy for a Dean Martin car or an Elvis Presley Cadillac (of which there are maybe a claimed 20 "real ones" out there). Among the RM, Russo & Steele, Goodings, Sotheby bidders etc. just an anmused chuckle. Reggie Jackson was just a rich amateur, which has turned out to be worth a buck two ninety-eight. Steve McQueen walked the walk, which has proved to be worth millions in both his Ferrari sold last year and his 911 Turbo this year.

  • ZoomZoom ZoomZoom on Oct 11, 2008

    Maybe "The Bruce" is going green?

  • Hugh I have no trouble believing they exaggerated somewhat, but I also figure they were factoring in the cost of the research and engineering. I am just disappointed at how they abandoned their own product (again).
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  • Dan65708323 I think Ford it going to go under. They can't lose 3 billion ever year for years. All their EV's are on stop sales. Good luck Ford.
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