Then again, it'll depend on how much it takes to get it fixed.
We often report on cool cars like the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray getting into accidents. It's fun to laugh at others when they do something stupid. What we usually don't find all that funny are the damaged cars themselves. Sometimes they're repairable, but plenty of times they're not. In the case of this messed up 2014 Stingray, the dealer in Missouri selling it is claiming the damage can be completely fixed.
From the looks of it, the Vette was involved in a front-end collision; the entire front left corner has been ripped off. Both driver and passenger airbags were also deployed. But the dealer is claiming everything is 100 percent repairable. The car only has 2,550 miles on the clock and was bought from its original owner, the idiot who crashed it. Fortunately there's no damage to the frame, suspension or hood, and the dealer claims the repairs aren't all that expensive. As of now, the top bid on this eBay listing was $46,100. Is this a good buy?