Stopping just short of going on to America's Most Wanted, Volo Auto Museum announced it will pay $1 million for the missing 1955 Porsche 550 Spyder that James Dean drove to his death almost fifty years ago. The Spyder was customized by the legendary George Barris who also built the '49 Mercury that Dean drove in "Rebel without a Cause". Before the car's disappearance in 1958, it had been linked to a series of deaths, injuries, and unusual events for those involved and subsequently became known as the "The Curse of the James Dean Death Car". Hmmm… let's see, is $1 million worth the risk of being cursed?
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