Found this list HERE that explains what the seller is really trying to say about their car for sale.

If The Ad Reads . . . It Really Means

Rough condition: Too bad to lie about

Parts car: Beyond repair

Clean: Homeless dude at 5th and Main did the windows

Immaculate: Recently washed

Concours: Recently waxed

Good transportation: It's ugly

Engine quiet: Uses 90-weight oil

Needs minor overhaul: Needs engine

Needs major overhaul: Phone the junkyard

Burns no oil: It all leaks out

Rebuilt engine: Cleaned the spark plugs

Engine blueprinted: I don't know what it means either

Excellent gas mileage: It's slow

Low miles: The odometer was turned back

One owner: Can't give it away

Sure to appreciate: That's why I'm selling it

Drive it away: I live on a hill

Drive it anywhere: Within 10 miles

Desirable classic: No one wants it

Rare classic: No one wanted it even when it was new.

Stored 20 years: In a lake

Ran when stored: Won't start

Never apart: Bolts too rounded to loosen

Solid as a rock: Rusted solid

. . .or best offer: I'm guessing here

Restored, with 0 miles: Won't start

Faster than a 'vette: A Chevette

Restored, with 2 miles: Won't stay running

Older restoration: First owner washed it

Good investment: Can't be worth much less

No time to restore it: Can't obtain parts

90% complete: You do the other 90%

95% complete: Other 5% doesn't exist

One owner: Hertz

Great enthusiasts car: I'm looking for a sucker

Good tires: And that's all

House forces sale: Neighbors complaining

Trades considered: I'm desperate

Other interests conflict: Spouse's ultimatum: "Either that #!!@&## thing goes or I go!"