The reason for the price is that it's high miles and no options, cloth interior. It might have some options I can't see, but it's about as vanilla as a Demon can get. With the high miles, it's also no longer qualified as a short-term collectible. For that price, I'd also suspect that the Demon crate isn't all together or being offered at all. Most of the high dollar demons are optioned well, low miles, and have a complete crate. For this particular car, if it doesn't have a crate, I wouldn't pay $100,000 for it with those kind of miles. Out of all the Demons on the planet, this one is pretty much the bottom of the barrel in terms of desirability.Called them on this one. Sending more pics. Noticed the dirt all over the intake tube to the airbox. Either this thing had been rally raced or the intake was taken off and stored in a dirty shed. Salesman could not spell demon or stop rubbing himself (must be a good bonus on this one) so I am working with a manager now. Gut feeling is there is a reason for this price. I like the blue also.