You add the 10% buyer's commission from the sale to the hammer price and you get $143k.
BJ gets 10% from both the buyer and the seller. So, on a 130K hammer price, BJ gets $13k from both the buyer and the seller. Seller gets a check for 117k and buyer pays $143K.
Also, dont forget that the seller pays thousands of dollars of extras beforehand such a professional photography, listing catalog prioity, listing at a prime day/time in an auction, etc. Sometimes these fees add up in the neighborhood of $5k or more.
Then add the $3,000 in transport costs to get the car there. And hotel, meals, etc., if the seller is present, and this "record" sale probably didn't really net the seller much more than he paid for it, with taxes, etc.
And BTW who the heck wastes a Jailbreak allocation ordering a what is, in essence, a no-option black/black redeye widebody that would price out at $88,515? I guess he did it for the $595 grey brake calipers...or make that $3,085 grey calipers?
Here's the window sticker: $91,600.