Sleeper Cars On OfferUp!!! (TUNER Cars On Craigslist)

Today i look at the cars you guys sent me and say some thought on whether the car is rice or nice. the final decision is up to you guys tho so go to the comments and let me know asap. I did not tag owner In case they did not want to be tagged. these cars can be ugly or clean builds. it all depends what you guys, my subscribers, send me!


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Rice or nice part 19:

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  1. As someone who help build the 2019 sema bronco concept the employee hours to build one costs a crap load of lost personal life, and a lot of overtime costs. Turned a 2019 f350 into a fullsized bronco concept in 6 weeks 4 days.

  2. I didn't know how cheap you could get a really fast car for.
    I mean 10 k Is no joke, but I see kids spending 10k and a stock brz. Imagine spending 10k on a 700hp sleeper

  3. Freaking these cars out here are freaking ready to do one thing and one thing only and that one thing is to gap your ass like they will send you to gapplybees

  4. The purple mustang would’ve been much cooler and realistic of a platform if it were cut and fabbed-out into a ‘T-top’ cause I don’t mind the way it looks, kinda although it does look incomplete. Although there is obviously no room around the car to store the top wndow/cover and one can see its obviously not intended to have a roof…a brand-new Lamborghini (only 9 or so being made) is being designed with no roof but it’s made to look as such and contains cool, wind-deflecting technology and futuristic audio system with well-thought speaker arrangement. It also has the height adjustment to avoid curb-checking the front-end.

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