I am in desperate need of money and now selling my 2011 Lexus for Bitcoin in the amount of only $11,900.
It is about $8000 less what I should have asked for my car!
If you are unfamiliar with bitcoin, you can check it out at bitcoin.com
Since I used to live in Jersey I still have my old phone number but I live in New Hampshire now, so here is how the transaction goes:
1/ you check out this listing and if you like my car proceed further
2/ you email me your PUBLIC bitcoin key so I will have the proof that you have the money but with this public key I will not be able to access your money
3/ we will arrange and appointment when me or my brother drives the car to you
4/ after you inspected, testdrove it, and have the papers in your hand, you will release the coins to my account
DO NOT SEND ME YOUR PRIVATE BITCOIN KEY!!!
The Lexus LS 460 and LS 460 L have a quiet, yet strong personality, with a 380-horsepower, 4.6-liter V8 and very smooth-shifting 8-speed automatic. Rear-wheel drive is standard for this big luxury sedan, but all-wheel drive is available (the same 4.6L engine is rated at 357 hp when optioned with all-wheel drive). Then there’s also the all-wheel-drive LS 600h L, which serves as the tech flagship for the Lexus lineup. It combines a 5.0-liter V8 engine with a strong electric-motor system and large-capacity battery pack. Both models are capable of getting to 60 mph in about five and a half seconds. Fuel economy is actually quite good for a large luxury car in either model: the LS 460 gets 16 mpg city, 24 highway, while the LS 600h gets 20/22.