With alleged unlimited earning potential.
The evergreen Dodge Challenger remains a firm favorite amongst American car lovers thanks to its brutish yet handsome styling, value for money, and depending on trim level, excellent performance. As with competitors such as the Chevrolet Camaro, people love to modify these cars, and we've seen some insane creations that should have never seen the light of day, but just when we thought that we had seen it all, eBay drops another bomb in our laps. What we have here is a 2013 Dodge Challenger that has been converted into a limousine. The seller makes a good case for this vehicle: "Challenger Limo, three jet doors, Moneymaking machine, and a flagship for your company. Don't pay Google, this will advertise! It's a magnet". We're not convinced.
The seller continues to describe how much effort went into creating this abomination and claims to have spent $175,000 in building it. The ad notifies the reader that the vehicle title shows flood water damage, but the seller assures that it was not flooded: "heavy rains got the parking lot full of water and the tires the wheels had water up 6 inches and the new dealership got all their cars claimed as water damage" he claims. The car features a 140-inch stretch, an insane set of gullwing doors, and an ostrich interior including a large TV and minibar. The ad does not mention engine and transmission type, and there is no word on the car's service history.
With an Autocheck score of 72, this might seem like a good deal, and even more so when you consider the price tag of only $32,500. The best part of this comedy sketch is how adamant the seller is about this car's earning potential: "wherever it goes people come running with their phones taking pics and videos and posting it on social media, as well as coming to you to get a business card". Sure buddy.