Speaking candidly from an autobroker's POV, a dealer might not always have the ability know everything, but ignorance is still not an excuse in the eyes of the buying public. If it were me, I would sell this car for the $6X00 it was purchased for, cut my losses, chalk this up as a cost of doing business, and go forward wiser for it. Regardless of intentions, good or otherwise, this car now has a great deal of stale negative energy around it. Much of the potential buying community is aware of it, other Shelby Dodge enthusiasts are as well.
Having a reputation and your intentions largely questioned, all for the sake of a few grand in profit, is simply a poor business move. While still a nice little car in its own right, it has clearly (and understandably) been painted with a negative brush, and the longer you hold onto it, the more of that paint will rub off on you. Just my .2cents
All the best!
Edited by Jon Mopar, 02 May 2013 - 08:34 AM.