When you list your car up for sale, especially one that everybody probably wants to come and joyride, it can definitely be a stressful time. You don’t want everybody coming and putting their grubby mits on your car and taking it out for a spin, only to beat the life out of it and have tendencies that you normally wouldn’t have behind the wheel as the person who is the most familiar with it. However, if you really want to get rid of it, this process is definitely a necessary evil that you have to go through unless you can manage to get really lucky somehow. Long story short, it’s not really something that anybody is excited to go through.
This time, we check out a video from the itsjusta6 YouTube channel as apparently, he has listed his car, neglecting to mention a couple bits of information that would lead the buyer to be aware that the car is modified a little bit. So, when the girl shows up, showing interest in buying the car, he takes her for a little ride and breaks out the camera to catch her reaction as she watches the driver bang through the gears, finally leading the passenger to figure out that maybe this car isn’t stock like the ad originally said. However, the plot twist here means that she doesn’t really care all that much about that fact that the Chevrolet Camaro isn’t as it was from the factory.
If you follow along down in the video below, you’ll get the full extent of the test drive as the car’s owner doesn’t necessarily hand the buyer the keys but instead would prefer to drive by himself while the potential buyer sits shotgun. After showing up to something like this, we’d bet that the next time this girl goes looking for an automobile that she would be interested in buying, she’ll probably have a couple of more questions first, including if the car has any modification done to it.
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