Most expensive Buick Roadmaster-world record set
by Hot Web Inc.
22] BOISE, Idaho,USA--Hot
Web, Inc. (Pink Sheets:HWBI) today announced the completed
world record sale of a 1948 Buick Roadmaster convertible "custom,"
named "Lowla" to an undisclosed buyer based in the United
Arab Emirates capital city of Abu Dhabi.
The $300,000 paid for the one-of-a-kind automobile
built by Startup, Washington-based Divers Street Rods, is
believed to be the highest amount ever paid for the particular
make and model.
A world renowned builder of custom automobiles,
Diver's Street Rods currently has two additional automobiles
being listed by HotAutoWeb, a 1940
Pontiac named "1-Wicked-1"
and a 1937
Stevens, Chairman of Hot Web, Inc, commented, "Naturally we
are pleased with the fact that we could represent the seller
of such a world class automobile and secure the seller a record
setting purchase price.
We continue to attract many high dollar value
and award winning cars as reflection of our reputation in
the automotive community and interaction with high end automotive
owners. We have had several contacts from other participating
award winning or "contender" vehicles wanting us to sell their
He continued, "We continue to see interest
in "big ticket" hot rods, American Muscle Cars and Classic
Cars from international clients due in large part to a weak
U.S. Dollar relative to other world currencies and a love
for classic American cars on an international level."
About Hot Web, Inc.
Web, Inc. is engaged in the business of consigning
"big ticket" transportation related items through its diversified
presences, both online and offline. The Company's mission
is to "change the way the world buys and/or bids online" by
harnessing the power of the Internet and coupling it with
human interaction and expertise to create a safe, productive,
comfortable and 'Fraud Free' way to conduct online/offline
commerce. The company utilizes both its internal certified
regional representative base in addition to online third-party
marketing tools like eBay Motors and others to attract and
market vehicle listings