craigslist does bring out the crazies.
I put my old beater '97 Altima on craigslist after the tranny went, and wasn't worth fixing. I wrote "first $300 cash takes it."
No sooner than hitting the enter button was my phone ringing off the hook (lesson 1...NEVER list your phone number)
Guys were wanting to come from all over San Diego county for it. I told them all the same thing, "here'* my address, first guy shows up with $300 cash gets it."
Five dudes show up all at the same time--there was literally a rumble in the cul-de-sac, with cash flying all over the place. I almost had to call the cops. Using my limited Espanol, I finally figured out which guy was the first to call, and he "won." I hung out in the driveway with a phone in one hand and an aluminum t-ball bat in the other until everyone left, just to make sure there were no "sore losers."
I discovered that when you try to de-list the ad, it takes a few days. Even after editing the ad, REMOVING my phone number, AND adding another ad later saying "IT'* SOLD," I still had knuckleheads calling me a week later about the car (lesson 2...never EVER EVER list your phone number!!!)
Did I mention, NEVER list your phone number?
2004 Buick Lesabre Limited, Gran Touring; Bone Stock
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