A few lucky speculators in a Utah condo building decided to pay $100,000 for a car they never got, but they have now sold the car for more than $10 million, according to a new auction.

The owners of the condo, located in a residential area of the city of Fairbanks, sold the $11,500 convertible for $2.3 million on Friday, according.

It was the second-highest-priced car sold at a car rental agency in Utah, according a post on the agency’s Facebook page.

The deal is the largest of its kind in the United States, according the National Car Rental Association.

The previous record for a Car Rented Car was $10,500 sold in the U.K. last year.

In a statement, the dealership said the car was “fantastic” and “perfect for the home,” adding that the owners were “honored and honored” by the offer.

The sale of the car came just two weeks after the agency listed another $10.5 million in car rental ads on the same day.

That ad was priced at $2 million, and it was the most expensive Car Rents ever listed in Utah.

The ad was published on the Fairbanks Daily Herald newspaper, a daily newspaper in the city that is about 40 miles from the state capitol.

The price tag was not disclosed, but the owner of the ad, Tom Stolze, said it was paid for out of his own pocket.

Stolze told the Daily Herald he did not know the owners of either ad.

The ads were published as part of a larger advertising campaign by the Fairbank Auto Group.

Fairbanks is a hotbed for car rental companies, which are booming and can now charge as much as $250 per rental for a vehicle.

In 2015, Fairbanks had about 3,000 rental vehicles.