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Old 12-02-2008, 02:40 PM   #1
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Default The OFFICIAL Hilarious Craigslist / eBay Ad Thread

Ok, we've all seen them... an ad for a mustang or part for sale that makes you cry laughing. Whether it be someone advertising their 1972 Original Mustang Carpet (used) for $650 on craigslist (yes, that's a REAL example) or their 67 Coupe with 24" rims, Lambo Doors, and Velour interior.

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Old 12-02-2008, 03:46 PM   #2
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I just did a quick local search...

lol this guy wants 140k for his "Collector" car. it isn't special edition by any means, he just did a lot of custom work. At least it looks like a nice car, but doubt its worth that much to anyone but him.

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Old 12-02-2008, 04:22 PM   #3
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I just did a quick local search...

lol this guy wants 140k for his "Collector" car. it isn't special edition by any means, he just did a lot of custom work. At least it looks like a nice car, but doubt its worth that much to anyone but him.

http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/cto/935774757.html
i would pay 14k but certainly not 140k
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Old 12-02-2008, 05:13 PM   #4
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This is what kills me about that ad;

"Car is UNIQUE for a modern convenience with the best body style on a Mustang.. "

It's hilarious because 69s are so ugly.













































LOL jk.
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perhaps an extra 0?
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Thats exactly what my 69 Mach1 looked like color and all.....I miss that temperamental Beeotch.... I would get the carb setting right and they would slowly go to crappy, rough idle and very torque like feel with little gas off the line but was a dog after that? Anyway other than the motor in the pic the car was very similar but at the cost of 7K instead of 140K? ouch!
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This is what kills me about that ad;

"Car is UNIQUE for a modern convenience with the best body style on a Mustang.. "

It's hilarious because 69s are so ugly.

LOL jk.
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Yeah yeah you go cry, emo kid!
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http://www.woodlandsonline.com/clps/...m?Adsid=151619

This one is pretty funny to me. Acting like it is a big deal that he reduced the price to three grand for a six that needs a total restore. I would give him $500 for all the work and parts money it would take to get that back on the road.
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This one is pretty funny to me. Acting like it is a big deal that he reduced the price to three grand for a six that needs a total restore. I would give him $500 for all the work and parts money it would take to get that back on the road.
Wow there's a number of things funny with that one. There is a 9" rear end, BUT it's not included hahaha.

Also that 6 cylinder engine and tranny came out of a 1966 california special... uhmm first of all there was no california special in '66 and I'm pretty sure california specials were 302's and up.

and yeah i would have trouble giving him 500 bucks, it has no doors, fenders, or interior. Geesh
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