Why would you keep posting the lowest examples that you find on multiple car forums?A nice Spec 720S just at auction for $125k pounds. Yikes. Look out below for super car prices. My prediction is 720S is a $150k-$175k (used of course) car by years end unless dealers are just willing to sit on inventory until economy rolls back. For those who leased, enjoy!!!
Car Auctions are generally dealer transactions at wholesale values. Retail customers generally do not buy cars from auctions. If someone is selling a car without a reserve then that in itself tells you something about their financial situation. Is it more newsworthy when a car sells for a low price in a place that is wholesale pricing (auctions) vs. a car that doesn't sell because it didn't meet the reserve...
Car auctions are the worst place to try to determine values. It's a place where a lot of gamesmanship happens (especially for cars that transact close to or above what dealers are asking)... A couple of years ago a 918 (Non weissach) sold for $1.8 million at an auction whereas the asking prices were $1.2 million.... yeah right on it being a real sale (I started getting offers on good deals for $1.6 from people who were asking for $1.2 million just before that particular car sold).
From what I've seen; first time exotic car buyers want to be the first butt in the seat (they'd go in a car for $300K (lease) rather than buying one for $210K from a third party dealer).
Once you get a whole bunch of non story cars at similar price levels then once can start sensing price levels (not auction prices and definitely not one off car prices on cargurus, autotrader, etc.).