Last Call- Motivated Seller Edition

There’s always some new angle that people are trying out in order to separate you from your money – two for one sales, subscriber discounts, value add-ons. In the case of the seller of this 1970 Maverick field stone it appears that he wanted to generate a sense of limited time availability. That’s all well and good, but setting the car on fire may not have been the best tactic in doing so.

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11 responses to “Last Call- Motivated Seller Edition”

  1. Black Steelies Avatar

    Unleash the puns!

    1. B72 Avatar

      It had not been started in some time so I tried to fire it up. Now this is one smoking ride, and the patina is hot!

  2. Froggmann_ Avatar

    But will the engine fire?

  3. James Avatar

    Hot dang!

  4. facelvega Avatar

    new Lucas wiring harness is rare on detroit iron, should raise the value

  5. Alff Avatar

    Is that really a Maverick? It looks more like a Comet.

  6. SSurfer321 Avatar

    Fire sale!
    /low hanging fruit

  7. coupeZ600 Avatar

    So much Pah! it leaves a cloud of black smoke wherever it goes!

  8. Charles_Barrett Avatar

    "…Recently converted to coal-fired steam power. Just the answer to today's high cost of gasoline…"

  9. CptSevere Avatar

    "…might need a new timing chain, as it seems to backfire from the carburetor."

  10. craymor Avatar

    Zipties! really, I ziptied my plate to the gril on my mazdaspeed when I was stopped by a cop for having it in the window…