Threatening people over the Internet isn’t a terribly effective or advisable way to sell your car. But when you live in Toronto, and Rob Ford is your mayor, a threat to vote for him may light some fires under the asses of potential buyers.
Up for grabs on Canadian classifieds site Kijiji is this car, which comes with a hilarious sign advertising an explicit threat to vote for ne’er do well crack smoker Ford if some buyer doesn’t come forward to scoop it up.
But that’s not the best part! The best part is that it’s a restored 1991 Nissan Figaro, that delightful little convertible that’s a throwback to the old Datsun roadsters from back in the day. There are fewer than 300 in Canada currently, and this one appears to be in pretty good shape for its age and mileage.
I’m not Canadian, but I think I can safely say that no municipality — let alone one of the largest cities in North America — deserves to be run by a buffoon like Rob Ford. One vote can make all the difference, so why risk it? Someone in Canada give this little car a new home.
The going price is $14,000 Canadian. Don’t smoke crack.
Hat tip to Adam!