A woman wanted to sell her '96 Honda, so her boyfriend made a fake commercial for it that went viral over the weekend. It looks like a new car ad you'd see on TV, with an announcer, smooth music, and drone footage of the car driving on a coastal highway.
It's also funny. It features the tag line, "Luxury is a state of mind" and it shows her in the car doing non-luxury things like popping in a cassette and making a pot of coffee. They also let you know it has 141,000 miles and the asking price is $499.
The video had a link to eBay for people to bid on it, and the bidding got up to more than $150,000 at one point . . . but the auction ended last night and it looks like all the bids were cancelled.
Buy the car here: http://bit.ly/luxuryisastateofmind Written and Directed by Max Lanman Cinematography by Christopher Ripley Produced by Max Lanman & Christopher Ripley Starring Anne Marie Avey Voiceover by Matt Pratt Featuring Papa Puff Pants Additional Stunt Driving by Carrie Original Score by Andrew Johnson Sound Designed and Mixed by Colin