Forbes writer Dan Lienert charts America's "Most Expensive Cars 2005". The article reveals that the average price of America's ten most expensive motors has risen an entirely reasonable 3% since last year. And then Mr. Lienert blasts Saleen's recent price hike on their $559k S7 as "highway robbery" and says each car on the list is aimed at people "for whom money is as disposable as garbage". Whoa there Danny Boy, if rich people didn't buy these things, they'd never get made, and the world would be a poorer place for all pistonheads.
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