Monday Craigslist NPoCP!
In looking at today’s NPOCP E30 320is and its accompanying sky-high price, I’m reminded, yet again, that prices for relatively simple, driver-focused, manual transmission cars are only really going up at this point. I mean, clearly not ALL fun manual cars are appreciating right now. But that 320is is asking …
The ad reads just fine and lovely... right up to the point where it mentions that that’s not actually silver paint on the car, it’s foil fucking tape, and then you scroll back up and take a closer look at the pictures and JESUS TAP DANCING CHRIST WHY WOULD SOMEONE DO THAT TO A CORVETTE.
NPOCP? A very nice looking 1984 BMW 7-series, did I mention MANUAL?
(Yes I already have one) Nonetheless, how is this 2005 Saab 9-2x Aero w/ 5MT and 254k on the dash just. so. damn. clean?
Todays NPOCP is a super RARE RARE RARE, 1-of-5 claimed, 1995 Callaway C8 Supernatural convertible. What that mouthful gets you is a rebodied Camaro, a 435hp LT1, a 6-speed manual, and upgraded brakes and suspension to match. All this can be yours for $45k. Is the performance worth those looks though?
ALERT! ALERT! THERE IS A LAFORZA FOR SALE OUTSIDE OF BOSTON. THIS IS NOT A DRILL. I REPEAT, THERE IS A PININFARINA LAFORZA FOR SALE IN THE GREATER BOSTON AREA. PLEASE REMAIN CALM. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.
My local dealer has this 2011 750i xDrive for $38,990 Canadian (that’s roughly $30,400 USD). It has 87,750km (54,525 miles) and a full CPO warranty. It’s also near-fully loaded, and black-on-saddle is probably the best look.
No, not the floaty kind of Caddy. I mean the VW.
1978 Cadillac Seville. Seems to be in decent shape.
Here is the dumbest thing in the world. It’s a custom 1934 Ford with three Chevy(!!) V-8s in a row.
First of all we have this thing, a “Muntz,” whatever it is. Why have a brand-new Audi or Lexus when you can rock this highly patina’d rolling body shell with engine (whether or not it’s actually connected to a transmission or even bolted in is ambiguous) and, uh, two seats I guess?