The twin-turbo Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4 is definitely an iconic sports car of the ‘90s but it’s also definitely not a one-million-dollar car and apparently this guy didn’t get the memo.
There’s two ways someone can react to an ad like this: either you mock the delusion of the seller or you laugh with the execution of some fine trolling. We lean towards the latter, because, you know, it’s the internet after all.
The single image of the car is the same featured in an ad that caught Jalopnik’s attention a month ago, with the seller then asking for $500,000, which is significantly cheaper but equally ridiculous.
What’s more ridiculous though is the description of the ad; the seller tries to justify the price tag by repeating how rare a manual twin-turbo 3000GT VR4 is and that it’s so legendary that has been featured in many video games, including a scene in the original Fast and Furious movie where someone was driving one on Gran Turismo in his car while waiting for a street race. Just have a read below.
1 of 231? Estimated no one knows MITSUBISHI is uncertain on actual production and shipment #s to the U.S. Legendary Vehicle was unattainable for production of the first Fast and the Furious Movie. The UNATTAINABLE MITSUBISHI GTO MR A/K/A MITSUBISHI 3000GT VR-4 was then Featured in Glacier White Pearl in-car on a PS2 Screen Shot while waiting for the first Street Race of the first Fast and the Furious movie. Legendary Vehicle has been Featured in many Video Games Such as NFS, FORZA, GRAN TRUISMO and more.
Trolling or not, the asking price is “$1,000,000.00 ONE MILLION + SALES TAX”. Please form an orderly queue.