This seems to happen every few months. A guy won a Challenger fair and square for $29k. The MSRP is $48k so the dealer is trying to back out of the deal, saying that someone made a mistake and didn't use a reserve price.
Of course a winning eBay bid is a binding contract. Would they expect to be able to back out at a B&M auction?? It even says this on their own listing:
Disclaimer: This auction is a legally binding contract to buy this vehicle. All vehicles are sold as-is unless otherwise specified. I have done my best to accurately describe this vehicle. It is up to the buyer to come see and further inspect the car before the end of the auction."
http://www.challengertalk.com/forums/f5 ... -1k-34598/
http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayI ... 0166094286
EDITED to fix the links