A 1987 911 Turbo with under 53k kilometres. Although at $145k CAD, that’s a hard CP for such an ugly Porsche.
Rebuilt 2016 Club Miata with 3,000 miles. Listed for $18k, about 3k less than any other manual.
...and want to pick up a fun little ride for $9500 CAD? Just found it in my random searches for fun. :D
Someone seems to think their Bronco II is the same thing as a full size Bronco.
With all of the hype of the $137k Lancer with only 9 miles, I happened to stumble upon this Dodge Monaco with only 4800 miles.
3 year old Chevy Silverados with a little over 100k miles on the clock. They go for around $25k, would you even consider one? Post examples if you want, for some reason I’m getting kinja’d on the links
This is . . . was . . .. appears to have been 1960's Dodge Dart which some has customized by cutting off the roof, swapping a Pontiac Firebird front clip on, and replacing the interior with tiger print, shag, and plywood. It also features an odd rake, a rear spoiler, a hood scoop, a flame job, and side pipes. I’m not…
This is for sale close to where I’ll be moving. Should I make $9,500 CAD so we can become best friends?
What I Want: Cheap, 6-8 cylinders, coupe, RWD, anonymous, easy to work on, comfortable on the highway, not a money pit. I feel like this meets all of those criteria except maybe the last one.
Had to send this one in to rob:
Never mind the inexplicable filter on all the pictures. Here’s a 5-speed BMW wagon for sale near me that I’d give a nice price for the following reasons, some more obvious than the others.
I was looking at graverobber’s NPOCP entry for today, and I’ve always wondered what the purpose of these little bullet-shaped decorations on the front fenders of GM cars from this era were.
Welcome back to Flip or Flop, the NPoCP variant with a bit of a twist. Instead of deciding whether it is a good price for yourself, you decide whether you can buy it, fix it, and sell it for a decent profit. Today’s candidate is this 1994 Dodge Dakota.