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Mecum Machines: ‘ello love, what uh you doin’ ‘ere

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Any European machine is a rare sight at a Mecum auction. Even more rare is a modern one, but this 2007 Noble M400 is slated to cross the block on Saturday morning.

It makes over 500 horsepower. This one has under 8,000 miles and cost $125,000 new…

Oh, and it has a rebuilt salvage title. Any guesses on where bidding will fall?

Currently there are "6 comments" on this Article:

  1. mdharrell says:

    By any chance was it formerly yellow?

    http://jalopnik.com/392739/

    If so, that "under 8,000 miles" figure might be a bit off.

    • Joe_Btfsplk says:

      There are those that think that when you rebuild from salvage, it becomes "new" again. My guess is $25k.

      • danleym says:

        If it goes that low, it would be a deal for someone looking for something fun for track days. Sure, it's got a salvage title, so it's been wrecked, but if it's been rebuilt right, it should work well enough for some track day fun. And yeah, with a salvage title you'll have liability only insurance, but you don't have to worry about that for the track, because your insurance isn't going to cover on track incidents. If I had the cash (which I don't) and was looking for a track day fun car (who here wouldn't like to have one?), I'd be looking closely at it.

  2. Synchromesh says:

    I saw one of these a few years ago at Larz Anderson Museum. Decent looking but not nearly as wild as Lambos and Ferraris.

  3. NoKetchup says:

    depending what has been done to it, I'd wager it goes around 50k.

    being a duratec fanboy, this is the definitive car that would be going in my garage if I won the lotto.

  4. so nice and beautiful color while design very nice. I think so its very latest car and with latest technology. I like it so much

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