Do we think 1 - there was any real bidding at all or 2 - its all part of a future sale where it is let go for a more realistic number, perhaps $12-15 mil or 3 - there was real bidding but selling ones own car revolves around both ego and reputation and with two reasons to say no to anything less than $19 million Dana was like a rabbit in the headlights. It could be all three, I do recall them offering a Daytona Cobra a decade ago which failed first time out at Kissamee in '09 at a claimed high bid of around $8.5 mil. and then selling it at Monterey in August '09 for $7.26 mil. and a Porsche 962 that failed at $2 million at three auctions before finally selling at $2 million. Any other auction and you could assume it was a seller re-assessing the items value and letting it go but perhaps its marketing Mecum style to offer it at a high price and then run it again at a realistic amount making the buyer feel like they got a huge deal?