|09-01-2013 04:03 PM|
|Night Marcher||Or it's the Dad trying to sell the kit he regretfully bought for his kid.|
|09-01-2013 03:45 PM|
|08-29-2013 10:13 AM|
Lol, never thought I'd hear that in here.
|08-29-2013 07:34 AM|
|Flyfisher76||It is also all about the search engine. You search for generic convertible and convertible is in the listing for the jeep it pops up. You don't have it listed as a convertible no view of your listing.|
|08-29-2013 07:31 AM|
|O_M_Jeep||I'm usually glad to see the particular descriptive style in a vehicle advert, it let's me know how much knowledge the seller has about what they are selling, if they are being pedantic or if they are assuming facts. This will often translate in to a stronger position to negotiate from. Also geography will play a large role in someones description, from saloons to sedans and convertibles to cabriolets, estates and wagons and roadsters to coupes.|
|08-29-2013 07:19 AM|
That makes sense.
I didn't think about it that way.
|08-29-2013 06:53 AM|
|08-28-2013 11:58 PM|
|08-28-2013 08:38 PM|
I never saw one that had a roof that couldn't come off.
|08-28-2013 07:21 PM|
|08-28-2013 07:20 PM|
|harleydragon||in corvettes , there were coupes meaning hardtop and convertibles|
|08-28-2013 05:43 PM|
Classifieds Ad Rant
When I was looking to purchase a corvette, I noticed that a lot of the classified ads would list the 'vettes as a coupe.
By definition, a coupe is any 2-door car. Therefore, aren't ALL corvettes a coupe.
Which brings me to my point ...
I see that a lot of the ads for TJs say "convertible".
Since ALL TJs can have a hard top, soft top, bikini top, etc., aren't ALL TJs considered a convertible?
Or maybe it's just the seller trying to list everything possible about his/her vehicle, to better sell it. (If only the seller knew that the Jeep pretty much sells itself.)