Aussie Man Posts Hilarious Ad For His Beloved Car
When you're trying to flog something online, you either have to have something pretty special or have an ad that really makes your product stand out amongst the rest.
Millions of people buy, swap and sell things every day, so you have to be bold to to get people's attention.
Todd Peers has no issue with that after posting an ad on Facebook Marketplace for his beloved car.
He's certainly caught some people's eyes with a picture of the VW Amarok Highline on offer with a trippy background with cats, burritos and lasers. We're already hooked.
But then when you get to the description, that's when the wild ride starts.
"As the lights go green and the panties drop the wolf pounces off the line, screaming through the 8-speed auto like a bunch of teenage girls at an Ed Sheeran concert, reaching speed levels western Sydney couldn't compete with," Todd wrote.
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"Incase something Is blocking your stampede, the fitted ARB bullbar will make short work of any obstacle in its path including Prius and mobility scooters.
"But with all that power what can you do? The fully secured Roll'n'lock tub cover will keep the toughest out of your precious cargo as you blister across the border line with a pallet full of baby formula on its way to China.
"The included i-Drive throttle controller gives you the ability to finely tune the peddle to suit the thirstiest of bunions.
"With all this border crossing, street racing, teenage screaming madness you're going to burn through tyres like an apprentices first pay check.
"Luckily enough, a second set of genuine plutonium alloys with enough grip to rip shit off a blanket are included.
Located in the armpit of NSW, Bathurst 2795.
Asking 60 thousand dollarydoo's although price is negotiable over a FaceTime staring contest."
Sold. Sold. Sold.
Todd has told LADbible that he's received a bunch of enquiries about the advertisement but sadly no sales just yet.
How could anyone not want to take this bad boy home, especially after such a glowing review.
Featured Image Credit: Todd Peers