I would like a Bentley Continental GT, and I would like a nice low price. Ebay is always a good place to find rotting carcasses of vehicles AMAZING DEALS, right? Well here it is, a fairly new Bentley that is, as of my writing this, just under $40,000. Which is a fantastic price… assuming that the condition is mediocre or better. Which, as you will see, it isn’t.
As always, the bone-head that crashed, burned, sledge-hammered, or otherwise mangled their car has a wonderful grasp of spelling and grammar. Bertya tells us the following:
“BENTLEY CONTINENTAL GT COUPE 2004 ACCIDENTED FRONT ,TITLE SALVAGE ONTARIO CANADA.NEED COMLET
FRONT SUSPENSION ,2 MAGS WHEEL, 2 FENDERS,AND THE ENGINE OIL PAN IS BROKEN ,NO OIL IN THE ENGINE,
IT MAY NEED ENGINE OR NOT ,SO NO WARANTY,NO KEY, NEED LEFT BACK LIGHT.MILAGE UNKNOWN.
IF YOU NEED MORE YOU CAN CALL ME AT; 514-xxx-xxxx.”
So basically, for the low low price of $40,000 you can get a car that it missing about half of its parts, has Lord knows how many miles on it, has no warranty, has an engine that probably doesn’t do anything, and if it does, needs to be hotwired. If you need more… umm… something, I’m assuming bad news about this car, you can call the seller. To top it all off the cars front has apparently been “accidented,” which sounds like a fancy way of saying “drunkenly, and intentionally, destroyed.” Also, “no waranty?” OF COURSE THERE’S NO BLOODY WARRANTY. If you drive your car into the ugly tree at 100 kph your warranty is typically voided.
So if you really want to give thousands of dollars to a person who can’t figure out how to rotate an image, eBay is the online marketplace for you.
PS: The rear left light even comes with a free wad of trash!