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A few years ago, on "Good Morning, America," Joan Lunden

featured some extraordinary gifts that a person might want to

include on their Christmas gift list.

One of them was a Jaguar automobile, the Jaguar 220. To

purchase one, you first go to your Jaguar dealer and put down your $80,000 deposit.

When it is delivered, you pay the balance of $507,000. The Jaguar 220 is a $587,000 automobile, and only 250 are made each year.

Lunden then mentioned that if you purchased the Jaguar, you might also want a car wax that promises to give it the ultimate shine. It retails for $3,400 for an 8-ounce can. I guess if you can afford a $587,000 automobile, why not spend $3,400 for car wax?

A third item she mentioned was a $300,000 gold and silver toilet seat inlaid with precious stones. Of course, there were cheaper gifts for those who have everything: an $18,000 frisbee, a $10,000 yoyo, a $12,000 mousetrap, and even a $27,000 pair of sunglasses.

And for the proud grandparent who is...

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