Thursday, October 27, 2016

Just Why? Intentionally Ruined Low-Mile SC400

I can't even bring myself to say much of anything productive, so I'll just copy and past from the eBay ad.

"I purchased this car from the original owner when it had 66,000 miles. It truly drove like a new car and considering the age, the finish spoke of the care it had had. While a fan of the SC400 (I have another one with 28,000 original miles), I also wanted the look of a Corvette so I had the rear end of the car (there was no accident damage to the car) cut off and replaced with 14 gauge steel to give a different look. I don’t know if I like it or not but it certainly attracts attention. I was concerned about the drivability with the shorter rear end but it has not suffered at all. I think it handles even better but that could be my imagination since at 77 years of age, I am not much of a hot rodder anymore. The shorter body length sure does make parking lots easier but there is no trunk at all for anything. The spare tire which had never been used lost its space as well. The tires are from Costco with a 70,000 mile warranty and have about 5,000 miles on them. The mufflers were removed and this provides a good deep V8 sound to the exhaust. The lower part of the passenger door got a couple of dents while it was in the shop doing the makeover."

I mean GODDAMNIT right? And that's coming from a committed atheist. Just ugh. Why? Why.

Incredibly, it sold for $5,000. Probably would have brought 125% of that had it not been intentionally ruined.

Keep scrolling, it gets worse.

check out how clean it was! now it looks like a kit car with LED trailer lights and a gold fucking license plate frame. stay classy, Arizona.

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