As the vehicles are not mass-produced there is a very limited amount in the market, leaving very little room for comparisons. The amount of people interested in such a "raw" car is limited too - this fact intertwined with the circumstances of selling (repairs are to expensive, bought on impulse, unforeseen circumstances, too impractical etc...), produce extreme variations in price.
If you are in the market just keep looking and do a thorough PPI (pre-purchase inspection). Cracked/damaged clams can be expensive to repair/replace. You have to keep in mind that maintenance records are key with these vehicles too.
Last edited by YFrogger; 10-23-2010 at 12:45 PM.