Those of us who've shopped, bought or sold a car on Craigslist know that the hunt for savings and willing buyers involves a higher level of risk than waltzing into a dealership. And even though car dealers now flood the site with ads, individuals still make up the heart of the listings, offering the full spectrum of automotive experiences from a piles of rust in weeds to exotic sportscars.
For some reason, gearheads have spotted a recent spate of Lamborghini posts on Craigslists, supposedly from motivated individual sellers. While it's rare but not unheard of to see a Countach or older variety Lambo pop up like this, or for dealers to post ads, a private owner using the service to sell a low-mileage, late-model Lambo still strikes most car people as odd — like trying to sell your mansion with yard signs drawn in crayon.
Tragically, most of these Lambo ads have as much production value as you might put into an ad for your aunt's old Dell PC. I say if you're going to sell a Lamborghini this way, you need to have an ad that's worthy of the brand. Here's a few tips to make it happenRead More »from Five tips for selling your Lamborghini on Craigslist