Just when you thought you had seen the roof cut off of everything (I’m looking at you Subaru STI ), somebody goes and lops one off of a 2009 Cadillac CTS, and throws it on eBay. This whole “turn my car into a convertible” thing just puzzles me. I have to assume that if the owner of this Cadillac wanted a convertible sooooo badly, they could have just bought a new Cadillac XLR at the time. I mean what’s the price difference between buying a new CTS and having it turned into a convertible vs. buying a new XLR. A few grand? Ah well, at least it isn’t a full time convertible, that would be depressing. Instead, in true Cadillac form, it has a luxurious power top, which you can see in action in This Video.
While it is actually better looking than many convertible conversions, it’s just not my forte’. To each their own I suppose. Nobody likes my truck either, but I still dump money into it like it’s a 401K, of which it is clearly not. But I digress…. Here is the beautiful drop tizzop CTS showing off all that its got. What do you think? Is it your dream car or another nightmare?
Only 12 hours left ! eBay Item # 150605003408
People do strange things. If you are confused by the images above, you are in good company. I am one of those people that hates to see a classic car in good original condition ruined with questionable taste & potentially unsafe customization. On the other hand, I am all for doing whatever you want with a car that has been left for dead. I’m not sure what the story is with this car, but seeing it in it’s current state leads to my brain hurting. It isn’t that I don’t approve of low vehicles, because I certainly do. In fact, I prefer my vehicles that way. » Continue reading more of this post…
It would be untrue for me to say that I don’t need a 1970 Subaru Samvar 360 Van in my life in a big way. A fellow Subaru enthusiast passed this eBay listing over to me (Item # 250742053151) because a car soooo spectacular obviously deserves to be put on a pedestal in public view. Just look at how ridiculous it is! I’m not sure if it belongs in the circus, on the grass at the Concourse D’Elegance, doing AWD turbo time trials up Pikes Peak, or hanging the front wheels while burning nitromethane at the drag strip. The possibilities are endless! Could this Samvar actually » Continue reading more of this post…
You heard right, The “1989 Batmobile” from Batman Returns was just up for grabs on eBay listed as “1980 Other Makes Batman”. Apparently eBay doesn’t have a Batmobile category yet. The listing has already been pulled down though. Apparently for $450,000, you would not only get the cave dwelling Batmobile itself, which does fully function and have hydraulics (Batman, you so gangsta!), but you also get a Batman statue and a Gotham city police badge! BUT WAIT THERE’S MORE! If you had bought it now, a real Batman Batarang would have also been included. Geeze, you guys really missed out on this thing. Imagine going grocery shopping in a Batmobile.
Note to self: If you are going to try to sell the Batmobile, make sure you get “the ok” from Batman, or he WILL put a stop to it.
Note to eBay: Create Batmobile category for future Batmobile listings.
ebay # 150524434748
10/22 Most Expensive Car on eBay.
Vehicle: 1967 Chevy Corvette Coupe 427 # 300479937620
Buy it Now Price: $1,967,000
Owner Says: “This ORIGINAL(L68) 427-400HP MOTOR? …is in “YOUR” car!“
My Thoughts: “It’s in MY CAR?!!! Dammmmn! How come I never noticed a 427 hiding in my car? Where is it? Can you show me? Ok seriously, could this listing be any more confusing? I don’t know if there is a car for sale here, or if he is offering to buy the mysterious engine that I don’t have for 1.9 Million bucks. We are still in reality right? Where am I?”
10/22 Least Expensive Car on eBay.
Vehicle: 1983 Subaru Hatchback # 330486558512
Buy it Now Price: $300
Owner Says: “Head gasket is blown. Interior trashed. Bought it as a little beater for the kids to drive til it dies. Well… It still starts and runs, but I can tell it’s done.“
My Thoughts: “The lack of rust makes me think that maybe this car is not done. Since imaginary engines apparently exist today, let’s all imagine this fine automobile with a WRX engine and awd drivetrain swap. mmmmm. Now who’s going step up and make it happen?”
10/08 Most Expensive Car on eBay.
Vehicle: 2008 Bugatti Veyron # 150502878108
Buy it Now Price: $990,000
Owner Says: “Over $50,000 has been spent to keep this Veyron within the factory’s specifications.”
My Thoughts: Ok, so let me get this right. It has 2320 miles, and you’ve spent fifty thousand dollars to keep it within factory specifications? Ummmm……..What does that even mean?
I think I see a pattern here.
From this angle too.
Looks fast from this angle.
The rocket packs.
10/08 Least Expensive Car on eBay.
Vehicle: 1984 Chevy K10 Truck # 120630454309
Buy it Now Price: $250
Owner Says: “I hate to see my old friend look like a left over thanksgiving turkey in my driveway.”
My Thoughts: I could not agree more. I also hate seeing turkeys in my driveway, especially when they are sitting on my truck!
Makes a great gift?
So it has a little rust.
Engine's there too.
Interior, not bad.
9/24 Most Expensive Car on EBay.
Vehicle: 2008 Koenigsegg CCX # 220669611666
Buy it Now Price: $1,250,000.00
Owner Says: “Automotive experts agree the CCX is as sweet as supercars come, and for more reasons than just its 3.2-second rip from 0 to 60 miles an hour; its quarter-mile run in 9.9 seconds at 146 m.p.h.; or its roughly 245 m.p.h. top speed.”
My Thoughts: I could buy 2000+ Pontiac Fieros for this price. 2000 cars or 1….. hmmm. Not sure.
9/24 Least Expensive Car on EBay.
Vehicle: 1965 Ford Mustang # 230527525981
Buy it Now Price: $200
Owner Says: “For your consideration is a 1965 Mustang Shell. Most of the parts have been removed. It still has the rearend, and front suspension as well as the wheels. The quarter panels have some rust in the bottoms. The quarter windows are still there and lots of various other parts including: Steering column, Brake Assembly, Heater Motor. The floors are in decent shape. The roof is not usable.”
My Thoughts: In New England, normally the roof is the only good part of an old car. Apparently in Oregon, not even the roofs are safe!