Saturday, February 13, 2016

The greatest Craigslist car ad you'll ever see

Some guy named Nate Walsh was getting ready to sell his 1999 Toyota Camry LE.

The greatest Craigslist car ad you'll ever see

Image via Lizzy Shake on Pinterest

Some guy named Nate Walsh was getting ready to sell his 1999 Toyota Camry LE. Instead of creating some boring Craigslist ad that wouldn't get anyone to notice, Nate went all out and created the greatest car ad Craigslist has ever seen.

The car comes with Wolverine-style window scrapers, an abacus to help you keep track of your sexual conquests, 14 sombreros, and much, much more.

Other incentives/testimonials include:

  • "Built-in security system! No one will ever think this car is worth breaking into! Store your gold in here!"
  • "Heater works, A/C works, whatever."
  • "Only 1 person threw up in it."
  • "You can drive aggressively, and people will let you get away with whatever, because it's obvious that you do not give a sh**."

It's only got a dent in each side and 128,000 miles on it, so it's basically got a lifetime ahead of it. Happy bidding, you guys. [h/t Jezebel]

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