At this point I think we just need to view dealers truly as not having a connection to the MFG aside from getting first in line for allotments. It seems MFGs have no control over their cars once they leave the factory regarding allocation, pricing, or warranty (unless someone really escalates things).
This dealer is basically just flipping a Type S because they will get more money than if they tried to sell it locally.
The car is on consignment at Graham Rahal Performance not a franchised dealer. The original owner, a Montana LLC, is the one doing the flipping not the dealer. Using a Montana LLC to register a car is common - Google Montana car registration and you will see why.
RaHal has a home near one of my good buddies In California. He says that Rahal typically buys these types of cars and then dumps them when he feels the price is right. He had done this recently with a Ford GT. He also had several of the last Honda S2000s. It will be interesting to see what kind of price it fetches.