To sell a car, you need a buyer. The buyer doesn't need to appreciate quite how much work and money has gone into a car, just how much they're willing to pay. Buyers don't need to have built anything to buy one. Anyone is entitled to an opinion, but it's only really relevant if they have money and are looking to buy.Really love it when someone who has never built a car and doesn't own one becomes an expert.
As before, it's only what buyers are willing to pay (and, to a lesser extent, sellers accept) that matters. How much a car cost in parts and / or labour isn't directly linked to how the market decides its worth. Nobody is entitled to a particular price. What someone thinks a car 'should' be worth only matters if they're a buyer.
These cars have obviously been labours of love, and look beautiful. Hopefully they will go to appreciative homes. GLWS