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Guy Selling His Crappy Car Features It In Luxury Car Commercial

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If you were an Orlando-based filmmaker named Luke Aker, and needed to sell your 1996 Maxima GLE Sport Sedan, what would you do?

1. Put an ad on Craigslist, describing your "Luxurious 1996 Maxima GLE land-ship-yacht" ($900) in all its glorious detail:

"There is luxury in a Bentley, speed in a Ferrari, comfort in Bugatti. For everything else, there's this 1996 Nissan Maxima; aged 17 years...This pavement-yacht has a ride as smooth as a Pegasus' backside. Its such a massive and impressive land-yacht it requires the use of steering fluid that has been designed to leak out from underneath the car when it has been exhausted from the majestic work that it has done, released into the wild when the great Maxima when it has decided its time has come."

Read the full ad here, and yes it's real, and yes, he is still looking for a buyer.

2. Be the filmmaker you are, and feature your impressive land-yacht in a luxury car advertisement, complete with that perfect commercial voice (you know the one), Vivaldi and torn seats.

"This vehicle can guarantee it will get you from point A to point B... Most of the time."

See video above for evidence.

[H/T Tastefully Offensive]

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