I had enough money to buy a car while living in Toronto, and ended up the proud owner of a V8 S80. Would it have been a good idea? Absolutely not, especially with 153k kilometres for $10k CAD. And yet, it’s strangely alluring.
Want a less fancy Toyota wagon for $8500 CAD? This 1997 Caldina GT-T seems pretty cool. 10/10 would hoon.
Non-running Laser RS, $6000:
Um... How do you do a “full restoration” when half of the unibody is gone? They want $35k for this husk of an E-Type.
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.
$12.5k for a 2004 Passat. That’s a good one! Haven’t laughed like that in a while. Wait... oh shit they’re actually serious about the price.
I swear, 5 years ago you could find a decent 1st or 2nd generation VW Bus for less than what this one’s going for now. $29,500. For a rusted-through shell with front-end damage. I don’t care how many windows it has.
I couldn’t make out the year but they were asking $6k. If that list in the window is to be believed it has a lot of work put into it. Here’s a closeup:
How about a turbo diesel and 2 jet skis to take you and your family to the lake?
I don’t quite know where to start with today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Smart Limo. I mean, it’s obviously the perfect ride to book for the Lilliputian Prom, but will its price raise a big stink?
Solid looking 60 chevy stepside project with a motor trans to sell (LS SWAP ALL THE THINGS) and a lot of style points. I feel NP because this era pickups are getting tough to find in desirable configurations.