2008 M3 with about 99k kilometres for $33,900 CAD. It’s been on Autotrader for a while now, so they’d probably go down on price. Now all I need to do is move out west where insurance is cheap. Oh, and money to buy it. Money would be nice.
Alfa Romeo who honestly cares. $13,995 CAD with about 87k kilometres. Buy this car so you can be that quirky Alfa guy on the internet, and then cry yourself to sleep at night.
1989 325i turbo build, everything is new. Pretty much a restored car for $20k cad / $15k usd. This could turn me practical.
Please give me enough money to buy the best WRX STi (well, tied for first) so I can get out of this bullshit town. Also, it’s late, I’m CB, ask me anything.
Thank you craigs list for providing my wife with such nightmares.
Doing my morning CL surfing when this appeared. It’s a 944, “Smog exempt” because it’s a “diesel.” Not knowing what to expect, I read the ad. Is this another CP? Or is it the most Jalop Parsh?
Do my eyes deceive me, or is that a $3000 Caddy CTS? And what is that I spy in the center console? Could that be... a manual shifter?
Under $17k, 87k kilometres, and it’s only slightly likely to kill me around the second turn. What’s the worst that could happen?
I mean, expensive, but it has the right options (manual)...
1946 Willy’s Jeep. Needs new floors but it runs and drives, has a working winch, and comes with a soft top. For $2,500 this might just be the best way into classic Jeep ownership.
1989 Ramcharger. The pictures aren’t that great but it looks immaculate. Only $3800.
But nearly $21k for a 2012 Legacy 2.5GT with 92k kilometres? I think it’s nice price. And there are a few cheaper ones, too.
Why do these things always come when I either do not have any money or don’t have a place to put it...
Considering this as a new winter car. Looks surprisingly good for a 1993.
Found on Craigslist:
If you need me, I’ll be endlessly weeping.
1993 Saab 9000 Aero with a five-speed, $2000. Ad notes a dragging brake and nonfunctional traction control.