From used Teslas selling for more than new, salvaged pickups with luxury car prices and old BMWs with torn seats pretending to be a showroom queen, you'd have to be hitting a crack pipe to think these ten used cars are worth their sticker.

10.) 2012 Tesla Model S: $108,998

Selling the Model S for more than its list price might make sense in some places since Tesla is literally out of juice, but I would recommend patience instead of buying this.

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9.) 1982 BMW 320: $18,000

Patrick is not impressed at all by this E21:

I came across this local gem that made me spit coffee all over my keyboard. You want nearly $20,000 for an E21 with its malaise-tastic four-cylinder engine and torn seats? Rob Ford must be your dealer principal, because that's some serious crack pipe.

Suggested By: Patrick George

8.) 1963 Volkswagen Bus: $50,100

This video demonstrates perfectly how rare these hippie transporters became. People are willing to save them from what looks like a point of no return. Still, proper hippies don't have $50,100 as far as I know.

Suggested By: TheDailyTurismo

7.) 2002 Saturn SC1: $8,000

I don't know much about the Saturn SC1, but just by looking at it, I can tell that this decade old machine ain't worth $8K.

Suggested By: OneFastPuertoRican

6.) 2002 Lincoln Blackwood: $8,950

This Lincoln might be luxurious, but it also has a salvage title for nine grand. No go.

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5.) 2004 Volkswagen R32: $16,768

I know that the R32 is a very special Golf indeed, a future classic if you will. It's rare, it's fast, and it's still practical, so it's a desirable piece of kit. But not for more than 16K.

Suggested By: Bonhomme7h

4.) 2009 Hummer H2: $43,114

Would you like to be hated everywhere you go, surrounded by cheap materials for $43,000? There you go!

Suggested By: POD

3.) 2009 Honda Civic Si

Would you like to make some money? Buy a Civic!

I bought my '07 new, also had navi, paid $19,900 out the door.
Four years and 60K later, I traded it in; the dealer put it on their lot for $19,985. Yes, $85 higher than I bought it new.

Suggested By: Thunder

2.) 1994 Toyota Supra Turbo: $49,000

If you owe somebody a ten second car, you might want to start saving for one of these. But turbo or not, this salvage Supra is ridiculous for almost 50K.

Suggested By: MAXIMUMVRM

1.) 1967 Chevrolet Corvette: $177,268

I know it's beautiful. I know it was restored with many hours spent on it. Still, $177,268? I blame Canada.

Suggested By: the_wheelerZ

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