Starting off with an easy category, let's look at the technique of each seller. Both sellers are using a run-of-the-mill private auction, but the white car has no reserve and a seller with the name Investments 2001, with an ebay description of Based in United States, investments2001 has been an eBay member since Oct 18, 2001. Sort of gives you the impression that this dude bought a bunch of old British cars in 2001 and is now trying to offload them for profit. The red car on the other hand has a reserve and is offered from a seller with zero recent feedback and registered on ebay literally last week. Yikes! Further internet sleuthing unearths that Desneux Motorsports was founded recently by Chris Desneux, has a brand new internet website and is located in Peculiar, MO -- everybody has got to start somewhere right? The biggest difference in technique however, is the use of crappy 640 pixel wide images in the snow by Investments2001, while Desneuxmotorsports uses proper 1600-pix wide image. In an ebay ad, good photos trump all other information and the prize for technique goes to the red robin.
Frankly, the content of the description on both of these ads is appalling. I would have expected better from anyone who has sold, or is planning on selling a car on ebay. The red car ad is particularly barren, with zero details on condition of any components, problems, recent work -- just a few lines about the miles looking original but cannot be verified and a set of California blue plates that expired in the 1970s and were probably never associated with the car and just used for pics (we've seen that trick before). However...one small sparkle of truth shines free in the white knight, when the seller says that he was "asked all day today
"what is that, or that's so cool."" This isn't like the time I had this thing on my neck and people were asking "what it that;" but I know an actual bona fide GT6 owner and enthusiast (not the Hack Mechanic, he hates the GT6 like it tried to eat his children) who says that his rusted hulk of a GT6 attracts crowds at his yearly pilgrimage to the Monterey Historics. He claims to have once almost run over a small dog due to the crowds of Japanese tourists following him around. Truth goes to the white knight.
Beauty is easier quantify, but more difficult to judge when you have cars that are so similar. The maroon color of the red robin is so dark that combined with the liveresque shape of the GT6 it almost looks like something you pull from the guts of a turkey on thanksgiving morning before roasting it. White on the other hand...it would look great with a racing stripe, a few numbers or some "Fred's Towing and Bait Shop" decals, but as is it looks like a fleet car for a local city entity. You could stick a round City of Van Nuys decal on the side and never get another parking ticket in The Valley. Beauty goes to the red robin, because red is a color, white is base coat.
The word righteous comes from ye old English rihtwīs, which mean right & wise. The modern definition puts a religious and moral spin in it, but in this case we need only to look at the routing of wires/cables under the hoods of the two cars, for as it is written in the Book of Lucas, Chapter 2, verses 19-22;
He whoeth shall route thy wires cleanly under thy hood shall be the righteous man,The prize for righteousness goes to the red robin for tidy spark plug wiring.
and his maiden shall wear shoes suitable for pushing a stalled automobile.
In conclusion, we have created a critical analysis of these two GT6's instead of our regular analysis that just criticizes. Final score; red robin 3 vs white knight 2.