Use your grandma to sell your car


Got a car you are trying to sell?  Grab your grandma, some colorful cardboard and a marker and take notes.


car for sale from Casey Neistat on Vimeo.
If you can get past the non-working cigarette lighter, the 9 inch tear in the drivers seat and the non-functional spare tire, it seems like a pretty sweet deal.  Sure the sunroof leaks and there is an “odor” in the car but how can you go wrong with a clean BMW wagon?
Via: The Presurfer

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  1. smalleyxb122 Avatar

    1: Why even carry the spare if it is useless?
    B: SRS stands for supplemental restraint system, not secondary response system.
    Otherwise, it's a far more creative way to try to hawk your old beater Bimmer than an ad on craigslist.
    Not a bad looking ride, and a fair, but not great price.

  2. c0de Avatar
    c0de

    That's actually a nice idea.. *golf clap*

    1. Dr_Dangerously Avatar
  3. Charles_Barrett Avatar

    So are we to assume that Grandma racked up all those miles slaloming her way to church on Sundays? Or maybe Temple on Saturdays? Then doing smokey donuts in the parking lot…? And no doubt chain-smoking to-and-from (thus wearing out the lighter).
    But what was that clock taped to the dashboard all about…?

    1. RedBaron89 Avatar
      RedBaron89

      The clock is probably for the senior's time attack sessions they have every weekend in the bingo hall parking lot.

    2. Alff Avatar

      She may be old but she still appreciates a big ol' clock.

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  5. DanRoth Avatar
    DanRoth

    Woohoo. New London. Rode my bike down that stretch of Pequot Ave. many a time. The kid's probably one of those interloper punks from Waterford, or worse, East Lyme.

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