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Yikes... track car?

I don't see any evidence of a tree falling on it. The car in the photos looks good.

More likely, this is a scam by a seller (probably overseas) who doesn't even own the car, and is looking to run away with your money.

In addition to the price that is WAY too low, other suspicious items include:

- a web address that doesn't work
- a phone number in Missouri for an address in California (not always an indication these days, but...)

This car is also listed at the same price in cars.com That listing includes an invalid phone number in the 559 area code.

Scam, scam, scam.
 
Sorry... what I meant to say is it reminded me a bit of this NSX:

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Upon further inspection, that is a 2000, though...
 
That ad reaks of scam. If they were smart they would at least put a price that looks somewhat doable.
 
Meeyatch1 said:
That ad reaks of scam. If they were smart they would at least put a price that looks somewhat doable.
I posted the same thing a month or so ago. If these scammers tried selling a car at a price just slightly less than market, instead of an unbelievable price, it would be tougher to see through the scam.

As usual, it helps to have an independent party check the car with a pre-purchase inspection; that more or less guarantees that the seller at least has possession of the car.
 
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