This man wasn’t getting good offers for his rotted 1970 Dodge Charger B-Body, so he did the asinine thing and crushed it on purpose at a wrecking yard.
Update Oct. 30,2019 – Check out the comment from Jeremiah Goodman in the comments section below! Supposedly, he’s the guy Daniel’s talking about in the video. Sad it turned out the way it did.
Usually when you get too many lowball offers selling a high-dollar item, sane people just ignore such people altogether, blocking their contact information. This owner of an uncommon 1970 Dodge Charger B-Body did something entirely different, let anger get the best of him, and got petty revenge on lowballers by letting a wrecking yard crush this piece of American muscle.
A friend of his filmed the entire debacle and uploaded it on Youtube.
If you’re a fan of older muscle cars, look away because it’s hard to watch.
Supposedly, the story is this reseller, ID’d as Daniel Gagliardi, wanted $10,000 for his 1970 Dodge Charger.
After one too many lowball offers, Daniel got fed up and decided to “teach those lowballers a lesson” by getting this Charger flattened.
While $10,000 might sound like a lot, looking around on eBay for the same Charger in similar shape, that price is on the higher end of the curve. Daniel’s price is close to being an outlier but not entirely out of the ballpark.
When the Charger’s being crushed, you can make out an engine underneath the hood so this Dodge Charger might’ve still been a running car.
Then again, it’s not like this Dodge Charger was a mint, anyway, as this one’s supposedly riddled with rust.
Logically, this decision makes no sense because Daniel ends up a loser, getting literally nothing out of his investment and ultimately losing money.
This is what a child trapped in a man’s body does. A manchild.
There’s some talk that he’ll get his money back with a tax writeoff but I’m not sure this video evidence helps much.
The Dodge Charger is an iconic muscle car, and this one deserved a better fate than in the hands of what some people are calling, “a crazy person.”
Then again, it’s his property and legally he can do whatever he wants with it.
While Daniel didn’t break any laws, 100 percent of all that learned about his story know he’s in the wrong.
Keep muscle cars away from this guy.