Anytime you happen to find one of your dream cars being sold with a discounted price tag, you jump at the opportunity to at least take a serious look at it.

That is, until you see this ad for a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro and the only thing you’ll be doing is to question whether the seller has any conceivable concept of what a ‘sale’ really is.

According to this ad, his Camaro’s standard retail price is $40,015 and he’s selling it at a sale price of...$40,015?

We’re not going to pretend to be math geniuses by any stretch of the imagination, but even us – with our limited calculating capabilities – can count that much and come to the conclusion that the seller is lowering his prices by exactly zero dollars.

It’s not exactly the most enticing way of finding a buyer, is it?


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  (647) posted on 03.11.2010

Well, it might be on sale already. Maybe he just didn’t placed the original price for the possible clients to see on how less he actually shaved from the original price.

  (1) posted on 03.9.2010

It would make sense if the dealer was selling them for over MSRP. But demand may have dropped now they can sell them at MSRP. I would say it was a mistake though.

  (807) posted on 03.8.2010

If that is true I guess the owner is totally stupid.Why would he sell that kind of luxury and take note it’s a sale.

  (1333) posted on 03.7.2010

well I’d rather buy a new one than this, it has the same price as a brand new car.

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