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Am I going nuts?

Read the vehicle description first, then click the link and take a look at the pictures of the Yellow C6 they have for sale.

"You are bidding on a gorgeous, 2005 Corvette Coupe that we recently purchased from an insurance company and I have no idea why they gave it a salvage title. They are claiming it had water damage, but I did NOT see any water in it. The interior is perfectly dry and everything works as it should. It is also very clean and shows minimal wear with no fouls smells or odors. As you can see in the photographs, the exterior is absolutely perfect with no damage whatsoever. The chrome rims are in excellent condition and the tires are like new. It drives great and I am enjoying it as a daily driver.

This Vette starts and drives 100%

In a nut shell, you will be buying a gorgeous new body C6 Vette, with NO DAMAGE at a huge discount.

Drive your dream car home today and save thousands of dollars.

Take advantage of our low reserve!!!



A new one will set you back over $50,000

Take advantage of our low reserve!!! "

Great Buy

:WTF
 

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Fixer upper I'd say:rolling:
Great buy for parts
 

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I, too, said :WTF .
Then I thought about it. The seller accomplished exactly what you want a For Sale ad to do:

Get the car noticed!

Re-read the ad a cupla times and you'll see how much emphasis he put on the fact that it was so perfect. His quote " I didn't see any water in it" shows he wrote the whole thing tongue-in-cheek. Good for him for having fun with the ad.
 

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He didn't see any water in it because the water was in it but was probably subsequently removed.
 

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