Let's be honest, this car is a rolling pile. A car dealership in Largo, Florida decided that a brutally honest description of a 2002 Oldsmobile Alero might get them farther than a sugar-coated advertisement. They were right.

Journee Autos tells Fox 13 that a typical ad describing the car led to disappointment when potential customers saw the vehicle. So Shelmar Roseman, a salesman at the dealership, jumped on Facebook, and gave an honest, profanity-laden description of the car:

"PLEASEEEEEE READ CAREFULLY SO THERE'S NO MISUNDERSTANDING
2002 OLDSMOBILE ALERO LOCATED AT JOURNEE AUTOS
Nothing special or pretty about this car.
200k miles
Rust on the side. I even zoomed in on the rust so you can see it. This car runs and drives. The air blows cold and it has a cd player. Thats it. Nothing more nothing less. Dont bring your a** down here saying it looks different in the pics or you didnt know it had that much rust. Im telling you right now. This b*** rusty. This s*** is $900 dollars. You're getting 900 dollars worth of car. No I do not have any wiggle room. You can wiggle yo a** down to another dealership. Dont ask me about the check engine light or this light or that light. Its 900 dollars. Its gone be some lights on in this m*********. As is. Dont bring this s*** back for nothing. It has 200k plus miles. You d*** right u gone find something wrong with it but as for now it cranks. Steers an drives.Blows cold a** air. An wont leave your pockets bare.This will get you from A to B. Just dont try to make it to C. An don't bring that b**** back to me. This car will last you at least ALL SPRING '17"