The Camaro being sold at this $8,000 "buy it now" eBay price was sold last year at Barrett Jackson for somewhere around $150,000, and is a good example of "spoofing." So either the owner lost his mind, or it's a scam. To top it off, when you click on the auction, you're taken to a fake eBay screen. Everything you click on triggers an e-mail to the scammer, or a request for your account name and password. That should be a warning right there, but if you read the Web address, you find you're at http://cgi.ebyamotors.com, a big tip-off that something's wrong. After all, eBay would know how to spell its name. It's sort of like buying that ROLOX watch for 20 bucks, only you don't get the cheap watch as a souvenir.