This week's worst classified advertisement photos

May 12, 2020 | Used cars

When advertising a used car for sale, it's important to put your best foot forward. These people did the opposite.
When advertising a used car for sale, it's important to put your best foot forward. These people did the opposite.


Taking photos of your car in the dark is usually not recommended. Here's why:




It can be a good idea to show off the storage space your car has to offer... But not such a good idea if you just disposed of a body and cleaned up a crime scene.




Leaving a Haynes repair manual on your passenger seat could give potential buyers the wrong (right) idea.




Obscuring your numberplates is recommended to avoid vehicle identity theft. But there's a right way to do it and a wrong way. This is the wrong way:




For tips on photography when selling a used car see our recent post, Using the best photos when selling your used car.

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