From Bloomberg News:

Ed Dahlberg got 40 calls in one day when he put a Gulfstream G650 up for sale in February. That’s unusual for a private jet — especially when the asking price tops the $64.5 million on the sticker.

“We believe this plane’s going to bring north of $75 million,” said Dahlberg, president of Manassas, Virginia-based Emerald Aviation Inc. and part-owner of the G650.

Barely 15 months after its debut, the world’s biggest and fastest business jet is a corporate status symbol, with owners as high profile as Exxon Mobil Corp., Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Qualcomm Inc. The waiting list is almost four years long for a factory-fresh model, whetting appetites among tycoons and chief executive officers when a used G650 hits the market.

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