Hagerty value: Shockingly, no one seems willing to put a book value on a Rally Fighter. Maybe they aren’t willing to vouch for your work.
The saga of Local Motors is a fascinating one. A company that built a beloved (though low-volume) enthusiast vehicle, only to perform the hardest of pivots and become an electric mobility brand that shunned its own history. For a brief, halcyon period, we had the Rally Fighter, before Olli came and Local Motors went. Now, all those memories are lost, like tears in rain.
Pricing a Rally Fighter is difficult, sine so few ever come up for sale. Even its original MSRP, not far from this price, included meals and a hotel stay while you built your own car. But the Rally Fighter is, at its core, a toy — a vehicle that can never really work for practical purposes, but seems incredibly fun to send off a dune. Is that experience worth $75,500?