Forget Cash For Clunkers

Edward Niedermeyer
by Edward Niedermeyer

Here’s the real auto sales stimulus: your choice of a gas or gun voucher. Max Motors owner says the deal generates a lot of publicity (oops!) and “really angers liberals.” Check out the broad range of reactions to this sales gimmick at Max Motors’ website (via USA Today).

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  • Cleek Cleek on Jul 18, 2009

    No need for an F150 nor an AK. Now if VW would start bundling a Heckler and Koch MR566 with the Jetta TD...

  • Campisi Campisi on Jul 18, 2009

    I've only fired a military M16 rifle once. It was raining, I was laying in a combination of mud and sand, I was wearing the full army field kit for the first time, and I had never fired a gun before. I still managed to hit nineteen Ivans out of forty. I'd say it's pretty damn accurate.

  • Geeber Geeber on Jul 20, 2009
    dolorean23: I do find it interesting that you like the ‘63 Lincoln Continental, the same car that Quentin Taratino loves and JFK keeled over in (or was that a ‘62?) However, a very classy car. If I recall correctly, it was a 1961 Continental, but updated with new grille and trim.
  • Admin1 Admin1 on Jul 20, 2009

    Buyer beware: There are numerous scams going on with this program. 1) Don't give your personal information online. 2) Make sure your clunker is worth less than the credit. 3) Read this checklist on other scamps, - J.