No; I don't need another Clark. And once you were interested, Lefty, I wasn't going to bid against you.
Seller told me the last time he sold this, buyer asked that it be re-auctioned to give him 2 weeks to pay for it.
Winning bidder did make a mistake of bidding against himself. That is only to be done in the last seconds, when you realize you have underestimated your desire; never before that. Anyone seeing a pair of bids from the same party can safely bump the price up, minimum increment at at time, to find a point between those two bids. Seller earns extra $ out of top bidder's pocket, and prober risks nothing while finding out if top bidder is out of his league.