Ok, I understand how some cars are truly worth a 'small fortune' if they have been superbly restored and look better than new and if they are all original with matching numbers. What I don't quite know how to sort out is the ones that are clearly just run of the mill cars with obviously replacement engines and transmissions or needing lots of TLC to be show quality being priced so high that they are even way above the NADA book pricing for excellent condition. My question is whether those sellers truly are expecting those amounts when they sell, or have they just priced it way high expecting to be lowballed from that price? In other words, are these not seemingly special cars that are being priced upwards of $100,000 really being sold at those prices or am I missing something here? I tend to just bypass those ads, since there's no way I could justify spending that much when there are tons of other cars in better shape being priced much less. Can somebody explain to me what these sellers are doing?