When an ad to enter a charity raffle for a fully restored twin-turbo 1994 Toyota Supra popped up on Daniel Shepard’s Facebook feed earlier this year, he put down $100 for six tickets. Shepard, and everyone else, lost the incredibly controversial raffle, but it didn’t take long for him to run into the car again.
To raise funds for a Texas nonprofit helping women and children, a Toyota dealership held a raffle for a restored twin-turbo 1994 Toyota Supra. But when they announced the results, it didn’t take long for people to realize the winner was the general sales manager’s wife. Now, the dealership taking a ton of heat.
Sometimes a car's asking price makes sense… and sometimes there's Booth Number Two. Yesterday, 82% of you opted for the latter choice for the $325,000 Porsche 914. Today we get to contemplate the definition of "classic." Is a 14-year-old Toyota a classic, worth paying a huge premium for a pristine, low-miles example?…