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Man Lists Hilariously Honest Advert For 'Piece Of S***' Car

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Man Lists Hilariously Honest Advert For 'Piece Of S***' Car

A car seller has shared a hilariously honest advert for his 'haunted' and 'next level filthy' Volvo, which he's listed as a 'piece of s***'.

After going viral on Facebook Marketplace, Tommy Rayson turned to eBay to try and get rid of his old banger - listing the Volvo V70 with a starting bid of just 99p with no reserve.

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Despite the brutally frank advertisement, the vehicle already has a current bid of £280, with over a day left before the auction ends on Sunday morning.

"I originally put the ad on Facebook Marketplace and it's gone viral," Rayson wrote on eBay.

"It's in the papers today (19/01/21) and I've had messages from as far as Canada!!

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"I thought it only fitting to list at 99p start and give people a chance to snap it up before it goes to the scrappy.

"I feel at that mileage it deserves a crack at some sort of gumball rally, or epic long way round for the brave."

In the item description, Rayson admitted the vehicle it 'needs a lot of love', asking prospective buyers: "Is anybody after this absolute weapon? And by weapon I mean piece of s***.

"It's a Volvo V70 on a 54 plate with 374k on the clock. You read it right - 374k!"

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He continued: "It has zero history, vibrates like a Whacker plate when idling, and I'm hoping that someone has stolen it while I'm writing this advert.

"It's filthy inside and out, like next level filthy. Like a farm vehicle. Or a skip full of dog turds.

"I actually don't know whether the window is stuck closed or missing.

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"That being said it's a diesel estate with MOT until August with a TowBar that starts and drives and the brakes work. Cruise control, heated seats and full leather."

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Rayson added: "Come take it away please as it's attracting rats and I think It's haunted."

He told buyers not to ask what's wrong with the vehicle, as they should simply 'presume everthing'.

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"There's no best price," he said.

"I am however open to swaps. I have been offered a generous Scrap value of £198 so no offers less than that please."

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Topics: Viral, UK News, News, ebay, Cars

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