Interesting paradigm: stock is generally perceived to have the highest value. But then there is race provenance with a successful record. However what about the fastest/track/race ready? And then there is this street legal thing implying that an uncomfortable noisy car with limited visibility and access is worth a premium too? Seems to me that we have a nice looking car, that with minor factory modifications can be driven competitively on track, end of story. Also remembering that the cars with titles must have had the cages fitted by the dealers making them part of the less desirable non factory cars. But why is the factory car more desirable, hmmm not sure about that one but SCM says they carry a $50K premium because they are not street legal and never could be.