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The OFFICIAL Hilarious Craigslist / eBay Ad Thread
That 87 LX might make a good fixer upper, but thats as far as it will go. It might make a decent car, but not a collector car. The 93 is worth about 2500 tops even if it is nice. The last ad is deleted already.
I don't know what it is about some of these people and their descriptions and/or prices etc.
Good stuff. I like how on the first add they took pictures of the interior from outside the car and through the window.... Also the fact that they did not move it from the spot where it has obviously been sitting for a while IN A YARD was probably a bad call...
The one that got removed was a 57 chevy for 500 bucks the add said he was selling it cheap to **** the ex wife off that wanted half.True or not but funny.A stock fox body around here normal is 2k to maybe 3k unless its had work done or a cobra.
14k and it has a cowl cover on i bet the cowl leaks on it.Leronman only good i see in that car is cutting the vins off and putting them on a dynacorn shell.
That could be, but it could also just be that it parks outside alot and they are just trying to keep leaves out. I have a cowl cover for my 65 and use it when its parted under trees for extended periods of time. Of course this time of year leaves are not that big of a deal. Who knows what time of year it was when the pictures were taken though. I wouldn't hold that against it too much. The car does have rust on the door though. I think its probabaly a 5-6k car just form the ad.
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