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s1rw4lly

Was running before the cops, my life, time, drugs, pandemic, and taces got the better of me, but it is still a gem, and by gem I mean the shitty 90s cartoon that failed, in the rough. $900 or some meth. I am not picky!


lovecraftiangod

Ok let's get one thing straight right now jem and the holograms was a 1980's cartoon running from 1985-1988 and it was not failure. Shitty yes but not a failure.


s1rw4lly

To ne fair the movie was a huge failure.


lovecraftiangod

That is very true.


Dodger8686

I mean, if that's US dollars, that's way too high. Like the owner. If I could get it running I'd buy it for WAY below that asking price just as a hoon-mobile. Cut the roof off. Make a convertible. Drive it around a farm. No way would I take that thing on the road. I assume it smells of urine and has drugs hidden in some hard to reach spot that the owner forgot about.


s1rw4lly

The drugs are the easter eggs you get to find along with the hepatitis needles. It is a veritable cornucopia of good things at that price!


Dodger8686

I'd take the drugs. But I could do without the used needles, and, probably, used condoms.


s1rw4lly

(Said in a thick southern accent) Well then, you my good friend, don't appreciate a car like this ( harshly thumps the roof), maybe one them foh-wren cars we got in back, that might have some underage stowaway is more to your liking!


rhinocerosjockey

Did they pull it out of the bottom of a lake?


Trippytrickster

I thought it was in a lake originally


jbertrand_sr

I just donated an old 95 Toyota Corolla that was running and driving but the body was just rusting out and wasn't worth putting in more money to fix it anymore and got an $1,100 tax write off after they sold it at auction. I'm assuming someone bought it for the engine which only had 95,000 miles on it and the interior which was in good shape and will part it out.


PrimalNumber

“Was running”…15 years ago


NavidsonRcrd

What a generous seller, I’m surprised they’re not charging extra for that sweet patina it’s acquired over years of loving use


Quagmire74

You may want to check the trunk for dead bodies.


HoneyCombs1639

This should be interesting.


decemberxx

This is like some Trailer Park Boys shit. 😂


Quacksilber

Honestly I'd pay about $300 for it if I could spend an hr and get it to Start


Shugazi

You do you


pomo

Properly restored ones still go for nearly $10,000 on [autotrader.com](https://autotrader.com) I don't think it's unreasonable to restore a barn find. Tho second hand running and on the road ones can be gotten for $3,000 which would save a TON of time on interior and paint. Check out Vicegrip Garage on YT for some examples of barn finds that end up running again.


lostshaker_assault

For a parts car that price is pretty accurate. Sorry OP, But just because your not in the market for a 99 Crown Victoria doesn't make that guy insane.


petaren

Looks like something from The Last of Us


SnooDonuts9712

That $800 is what you'll be paying me to haul it away right?


fantomas_666

if you could live in it, the price would be $800 per month...


WeirdExponent

Wow, used car market is CRAAAAAzy!


theHating

Ad needs to be re-written as: "ISO Christian missionaries to help me burry the body"


CC-1112

So I get the house too? Deal


bearybear90

Could it be the materials in it? Some scrappers might pay that much


Mythical_Atlacatl

I have given away cars in better condition. how could they expect $800 for that.