Sit Down: 1970 Maserati Mexico Sofa
I’m not going to make some cheap jokes about this Maserai couch at the expense of people who own Maserati’s and/or live in Mexico. However, I feel obliged to point out that taking a fancy Virginio Vairo (of Carrozzeria Alfredo Vignale) designed car 60s Italian supercar and turning the rear end into a place for a siesta…is just ripe for comedy, particularly if you consider that there is a Maserati El Camino driving around somewhere. Find this 1970 Maserati Mexico Sofa offered for $4500 in Costa Mesa, CA via couchplace mexibook.
See a better use for the extra part of your Camino that wasn’t needed? firstname.lastname@example.org
For that price, I would hope that the turn signals and brake lights work and that you can shoot smoke out of the tail pipes!
I’ll confess that I have not been tracking the Maserati Mexico Upcycled Couch market too closely, but this price seems . . . . aspirational?
Maybe. But buying the whole car and then fabricating your own couch from its hind quarters is going to be more expensive… and aspirational.
Say $8500.00 now. Delusional is probably a better word.
Woof! That’s what I call inflation.
The dollar simply doesn’t go as far in Mexico as it used to (earlier in the day yesterday)