The Govinator is doing some end of summer cleaning on California’s proverbial closets and garages. Items will be placed on EBAY over the next few days. To boost sales, good old Arnold is autographing many of the auctioned goods.
To me, Arnold’s signature on the visor of a 2002 Ford Focus isn’t all that tempting of an offer. Granted it *is* a piece if history, but not the most exciting artifact I can think of. The car has a suggested retail value of $4,885, if it’s in “excellent” condition. That particular vehicle sold for $3,550.01. It’s combined gas mileage is estimated at 28 mpg, and Arnold’s signature may have actually lowered the sale price by about $65, which coincidentally is the c0st of replacing the visors.
Now Arnold, are you really trying to tell me that there aren’t any of those huge SUV truck things laying around from last year when you could afford them? You must have a few 2008 Ford Apocalypse’s laying around with DVD players and Navigation Systems built in. You know the one’s I’m talking about. The one’s that came with that 14 mpg option from the factory. I know your Caliafornia and all, but seriously, selling just one of those behemoths would have the same impact as selling 10 of these jokes your putting on Ebay, and from what I can see, it looks like there are only 6 cars on the auction block.
Original article here.