That’s right, the entire company is for sale to anyone who fancies the challenge of running a carmaker. Opportunities like this don’t happen very often. According to the sales listing, the next owner will gain access to all tools, molds, material lists, and other items currently owned by Falcon Motorsports, as well as copyrights, logos, drawings, license agreements, and “property and applications for or licenses of used in connection” related to building the F7 supercar.
Lemke is looking to sell Falcon Motorsports for $675,000. That seems cheap when you consider a Falcon F7, which was originally sold for $250,000, is included in the deal.