I mean I get what you're saying but I guess my point is something like 17 million new cars were sold in America last year and so someone is buying them. Truly these people could be called rich when you compare them to the probably at least 50% of Americans who can't afford them. There is certainly an incredible income gap. I guess my point is that while my father owns and operates a successful small business, he's not a millionaire and can't even be compared to the top 1% of the country that are. Like with anything I guess its all perspective. Probably getting off into the weeds and politics with this so I'll stop there. I definitely agree with your feelings though. If somebody offered me that much for my hunk of junk I'm not sure how I would react initially, but like you, would certainly sell the car. I've never bought a car for more that $5k in my life and barely have that much in savings.