How about no.
How about no.
Read this ad. You’ll be all like:
Well I guess the proof is in the pudding now. Price went from $2800, to $2300, to $1800 — and now the ad says it has a bad headgasket too. Hmm! He certainly didn’t mention that at any point with me. Must have slipped his mind.
When you find a vehicle you’ve always wanted for a great price, but you just had a conversation with your wife about needing to be better savers.
If this is the “Little Dent on the Tank” just how “flawless” should we really expect this to be mechanically?
1965 Chevy Corvair Monza sedan for $800! And it runs! Link here. It’s also a manual! I already have plans for it in my head. I’d love to have an old classic, and something as unique as a rear engined Chevy sedan would be awesome.
Every once in a while, a gem of an ad shows up. This one for a 1999 Explorer for $3200 sure does deliver. Full text and screenshot below:
I know what I have
Okay. Full disclosure. I almost killed myself in it.
If I had the money I think I’d buy this and cage the chassis and run it as is. Sell the body to get some money back.
On one hand, it’s a $3650 Mercury Marauder. On the other, it has “new paint on hood, front fenders and bumper” so it’s clearly been crashed.
This car is amazing.
I’ve been looking for new 18" OEM wheels for my C30. I was browsing Craigslist like normal and found someone selling 18" Midir wheels off his C30 with Pirelli tires for $750. I was interested right away so I sent him a text. Basically he tells me that his new wheels will be delivered in a week. I told him I’d be in…
I’m going to tell the second guy to ask guy #1 for the bike because I sold it to him and already cashed his cashiers check and gave the bike to his mover. That being said I did successfully sell a bike to a local guy last weekend on craigslist. He just called me and we had a deal in about 30 seconds.
So you’re telling me this is Larry Bird’s 1984 Corvette with only 80,000 miles on it and you’ve got it covered in mud and on Craigslist for 3 grand?