If you’re on the hunt for a crazy person, just go to Craigslist. Anyone who puts a Geo Metro body on a Wrangler frame is off of their rocker. Anyone who puts a porthole window and a loony fascia on a Chevy Blazer has lost it. Anyone who puts a Mustang on a Scout frame has gone cuckoo. Or they could all be geniuses,…
This hacked-up 2002 Chevy Blazer (5-speed!) is for sale on Craigslist in Ohio. It’s been converted to a pickup, there’s a porthole window on the giant B-pillar, and the front end has a ‘50s sedan look to it. Top it off with chocolate brown paint, and you’ve got a very “special” vehicle—and all for only $900!
Okay. Full disclosure. I almost killed myself in it.
This is a Geo Metro body on a Jeep Wrangler TJ frame—a Jeep-nut’s worst nightmare. I get it, the cars have the same wheelbase, but just because it can be done, definitely doesn’t mean it should.
If you’ve spent any time browsing Craigslist, you probably think you’ve seen it all: luxury car campers, pickup truck beds on sedans, strange body swaps—everything. But this Craigslist ad out of Hollywood just took Craigslisting to a new level. See if you can recognize what’s under these boat costumes.
Scoring a great deal off of Craigslist is such a wonderful feeling. However, it’s the addiction to that feeling that can blindly lead you into trouble.
I know two things when Craigslist ad starts with “Hey there junior badass, ever feel like there’s a caged animal trapped inside of you?” First, the answer is yes. Second, I can’t wait to read the rest. Unlike the stuff peddled on these ubiquitous “funny” Craigslist posts, this is also a great bike and you should…
As a car enthusiast, I live on Craigslist. I’m always looking out for great deals on cool cars. I’m an addict. But in spite of what we recently decided on Answers of the Day, I think Michigan might be the single worst place to buy a used car on Craigslist. Here’s why.
Finding a well-kept car on Craigslist isn’t the easiest thing in the world. For that you can probably thank the overpopulation of insanely crappy cars, like these 10 majestic crap-heaps.
I thought this would be a contender for nice price or crack pipe until I opened the listing and saw the price. This thing is all sorts of awesome, and for a price that pretty much mean you need to stop what you’re doing and get your ass to Ventura.
Part of the fun of selling a car through classifieds is interacting with the very strange strangers that come your way. Trust me, it can get weird. These are your 10 weirdest car-selling stories.
In some parts of the country, Craigslist is only useful for finding a crappy $250 riding mower or an old stained couch. But not all of it is like that! Fortunately with these 10 Craigslist sites, you’ll be covered for most of your automotive needs.
Craigslist is one of the best sources for amazing used car deals on the planet. It’s also a one of the best places for people to wildly overestimate their clunker’s value. Here are 10 examples of abysmally bad deals and misplaced hope.
I mentioned last week that I listed the Buick on Craigslist for $7,850. I’ve had some inquiries, some emailed low-ball offers, lots of questions, and the ubiquotious is X still available which is followed by absolutely nothing. So far I haven’t been asked to trade for a Sportster, which is something heretofore I have…
We’ve seen all kinds of ways people have tried to set their Craigslist ad apart from the hundreds of thousands of used car listings. While some have become Internet famous, they haven’t always resulted in a successful sale. This ad for a 1988 205 GTI might not be funny, but it is an excellent model to follow.
It’s unthinkable how many things can go wrong when selling used cars, but for some reason, these are risks that almost all of us are or have been willing to take. Here are ten of your worst experiences selling cars.
Dear Potential Landlord,
Thank you so much for listing your apartment for rent on Craigslist. I really appreciate the ad; especially the part where you said “ABSOLUTELY NO PETS” followed by exactly 42 exclamation points. Had you used only 35 or even 39 exclamation points, I would’ve inquired about bringing my pet…