A Tree Fell On This Guy’s Ranger, and He’s Still Shaming Potential Buyers
Hoooo boy, Craigslist really knows how to bring out the jokers. Typically, when somebody is defending an asking price in a one-sided advertisement, it’s because a car is a gem, and it actually deserves the reasonable asking price. Not the case here, where somebody in Austin is selling a Ranger that has taken the brute force of a tree falling on it. The price is $3,400. Here’s a clip:
“This truck is worth $8000 repaired so my asking price is more than fair for someone to get a killer deal. I don’t need any of the craigslist ignorance though I’m sure it’ll still come.”
NONE OF THAT CRAIGSLIST IGNORANCE. Never mind the fact that putting that sentence in a listing like this is Craigslist ignorance at its finest. But let’s look at what you really could get for that $3,400. Maybe you could even get it closer to $3,000.
The truck still works. It has 68,000 miles on it. If you live in a warm-weather place, the whole no-roof thing wouldn’t really matter, you just have a breezy pickup. Is that worth $3,000? Ehhhhh, it still had a tree land on it. You could just pay a little more for a one-owner with higher mileage that hasn’t lost to nature.
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