I was another that saw the original Ebay listing while it was still active but passed on by. I think there was something like 40 odd views on it before someone hit the buy it now. To put it into perspective the roadster was very badly listed. It had maybe 3 or 4 terrible pictures which were taken very close to the car in a very dark garage that was full of rubbish that also engulfed the car. The only thing that could be seen from the pictures was that it was an old '32 roadster and that it had that horrible windshield. The description was minimal, a sentence or two that was vague and inaccurate. The biggest point I'll make is at the time the roadster was listed, Ebay was at the height of scam listings. The pattern for scam listing was to rip off photos of a car from somewhere, put very little description and then put a stupidly low "Buy it now". Unfortunatly for those 40 people that viewed the listing and past that auction ticked all the scam boxes, but as we now know it was 100% genuine.