This is a platform for User Generated Content. G/O Media assumes no liability for content posted by Kinja users to this platform.

When Your Old Car Pops on Marketplace (Update)

And it makes you extremely sad.

1. Because it’s clearly been let go to hell.

2. Because you clearly can’t buy it back.

This is how she looked when I traded her:

Illustration for article titled When Your Old Car Pops on Marketplace (Update)
Image: Why do I have to do this now?
Advertisement
Illustration for article titled When Your Old Car Pops on Marketplace (Update)
Image: Again, why?

Also, that cluster has been swapped, it was well over 200k miles when we traded it.

Advertisement

Update:

I messaged the seller about the odometer reading, she had no idea and had bought it off a local mechanic whom I know personally (he built a trans for me), so it had been changed before he acquired the car.

Advertisement

I made her aware of the discrepancy and she was blown away to learn there are likely over 300k miles on it.

Share This Story

Get our newsletter