Today's lesson in morality and capitalism begins with a single question: Should you try to profit off the death of John F. Kennedy Jr. by selling his used Saab 900 for $100,000? One New Jersey dealer says why not?
A 1994 Saab 900 in excellent condition and low miles typically would sell for about $4,700 on any used car lot in the Garden State, but the dealer behind this eBay ad believes a $95,000 markup seems about right for JFK Jr.'s daily driver at the time of his death in 1999. Stored ever since, the 900 has just 30,500 on the odometer and seems in decent condition — although the seller isn't vouching for any mechanical workings.
Knowing from what it takes to prove a vehicle's link to the Kennedy clan, the car comes with all the right documents, including Kennedy's license. The seller also shows the decorum and restraint one would expect from a New Jersey used car salesman, caps lock and all: