In bad practice, I go on Craigslist and look for things I don’t need, then judge people based on how much they want for certain things. $80 for a Nintendo Wii. Are you mad? So I invite you, the collective Oppo, to judge with me.
The machines are taking over. The first step in their world domination is to pose as innocent enthusiasts selling unique and rare vehicles to scam us out of our hard earned money. What follows is one of the most ignorant text message dialogues I’ve ever had with a
seller bot on Craigslist.
This is the automotive equivalent to that ‘roided out guy at the gym that can’t stop talking about his tough mudder competitions, while hogging the equipment you’d plan to use. What those ‘roids do to your muscle, they do the opposite to your grapes. Maybe I’m just muddying the waters now, but don’t we need to solve…
If you click on the ad this photo of a Corolla doesn’t appear anywhere in it
Let’s talk about the dark Craigslist art of trading. I have never traded a vehicle but I am not against it. When two people can agree on a value (either +/- cash on top or straight trade) it can make the whole buying and selling process simpler. That is, if you are both looking for the same thing.
Hi all. It’s time to find Cheapster a new home.
1994 Yamaha Virago 750, $995. These seem to be popular in the custom bike community. Looks a bit tired, but that’s Oppo’s specialty, isn’t it? The entirety of the ad is “RUNS WELL MIRRORS BROKEN”. NPoCP, you decide.
An S600 V12 “mechanic’s special!”!! Surely buying this $2300 gem will not end in tears and possibly bankruptcy.
Why, it’s a somewhat tired but intact (other than the missing front bumper....HMM) E55 AMG asking $3700. This couldn’t possibly be a terrible idea, could it?
Absolutely flawless Corona liftback — with a stick!
This has been for sale for almost a year and the price keeps creeping downward. Now, I’m not really a FWD guy and I don’t know shit about Alfas (other than the usual tropes: Clarkson says you’re not a true petrolhead until you’ve owned one, and everyone else says to stay the hell away), but I have to admit it’s…
I don’t have anything against EBay turbo builds, but pretending one is worth actual money is a stretch.
After the last Cooper tires we had, I probably wouldn’t have bought more. But $300 for a set with OEM 18" rims, was too good to pass up. And they swapped the wheels for me.
Are your eyes deceiving you? Is this a photoshopped image of a big truck made tiny? I think the seller isn’t kidding. A regular (standard) cab short bed... I thought these were just a myth. Well I’m guessing this one was a myth until someone decided to build it.
Craigslist BS fail. Via Reddit
I’m hopefully am going to close a deal on an apartment in a couple days. As expected, the apartment will have a two car max.
I recently posted an ad on Kijiji (basically the Canadian version of Craigslist) looking for someone who would be willing to tow my travel trailer across Canada for me. I work in Northern Alberta, but recently moved back to New Brunswick as I work a shift rotation and fly back and forth. There’s one little issue…