Small Talk: My classified ad
Sunday, July 13, 2014
T-G Photos by Jim Davis
Students from the School-Age Care Program imagine what sort of classified ad they might take.
I am selling some seat belts that are in a Ford van. They are the seat belts that will fit in the front seats of a Chevrolet and I think they are worth $29.
I have a radio for sale that is in a really small car. It only plays good music and could be used on a bicycle on in a boat. It is for sale at $75.
I have a wrecked gold Dodge for sale. It was wrecked at a stop sign when a blue car hit a white car then us. I had my eyes closed but the wreck really wasn't that bad but the motor was hurt and is now in the dump. But it has a new motor is in it now but the triangle thing in the front is still bent. The car does still work. I want to sell the car for $8.95.
I have a broken front truck seat that could be fixed. Some one could rip it apart, fix it and you could make it work in your boat. I want ten hundred and thirty-five dollars for it.
I have a regular wind shield from a regular pick up truck for sale. You could use it your house as a mirror. I want $6,000 for it.
I have a whole truck for sale that my best friend built in 1917. I want $200 for it so I can take a vacation to Florida.
I have a speedometer out of a Monster truck for sale. I think it is worth $99.
I have one seat out of a Jeep for sale. I want $26 for it and it is a drivers seat.
I have four tires and wheels for sale. They are okay and will fit a Dodge. I will sell them for $25 each.