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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by P. Aaron, Dec 22, 2013.
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Damn... that ad was so good, I wanna buy the car. LOL
From point A to point B, most of the time. Eh eh.
Complete with an engine and wheels.
Some guys here could use a few lessons from that guy. It's amazing to see a bass for sale here that the owner wants $4500 for. The pics are grainy. The ad might include a cut and paste from the manufacturer's web site. But overall it doesn't entice me to buy the bass at all. Whereas with a little effort, my wallet has been pried open on multiple occasions.
They lost me at "tour de force"...
ha, I have a 99 maxima, and I sold my 89 maxima for the same price as that guy. that commercial makes me proud to be cruisin down the blvd all stylin and pimped out in my luxurious smooth maxima!
That guy needed to make that nice of a ad because that car for $1400 is a terrible deal. That thing is BEAT and it doesnt even list the mileage in the video or ad. Thats more or less a $600-$700 car so he should be stoked he got the full $1400 for it.
That was great!
I need to work on my Craigslist ads... Although I have gotten compliments and met people who knew me from Craigslist because usually when I sell a bass or gear I will have pictures of me playing it at a show. I guess my action pics do take a hint from car commercials; somehow footage of driving down a twisty mountain road is more appealing than seeing a car parked in your work parking lot.
depends where he's at. around here if it passes inspection you can get 1200 for it any day of the week.
Yeah around here, if the tags are good and it runs, you can get at least a grand easily
Keep on Talkbassin'
First rule of Talkbass; there is no room for humor if the material value of something is being discussed.
Pimp the ad for my ride.
Man, In Oct. I sold a 97 Pathfinder that was in far better shape then that "tour de force". It had 341,141 miles on it, and not a tear in the fine leather seating of the interior. That Maxima was a Freshman, My Pathfinder was a graduate, where was Nissan when I sold my car?
They weren't buying the car. They were buying the effort that went into the ad.
Nissan - well played.
thats so funny.
he's probably happy..