There’s never a shortage of bizarre things on Craigslist Vancouver, and right now is no exception to the strangeness.
Have a look at some of the eccentric Lower Mainland offerings currently for sale.
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Underwater Metal Detector
If you like to spend your vacation scouring the ocean floor for precious trinkets, jewels, and money, then you might want to invest in this handy Scuba Tector. Of course, this sort of a gadget comes at a price – the owner is asking $175 for the spatula-esque equipment.
Superwoman Flash Mask and Cape
They aren’t the traditional colours of Superwoman, and $25 seems like a lot. However, if you’re in a jam and you’ve got crimes to solve, this could be the posting you’ve been looking for.
Mint Condition Marvin
Hailing from Mars, Marvin the Martian is a character from the Warner Bros.’ epic Looney Tunes cartoons. If you’re a big fan of the evil-eyed little space-villain, he can be yours for $25 (with a matching hat). What’s more, the owner says that Marvin has been in a display case for the past two decades.
This gigantic neon sign can be yours for a whopping $2000. With that being said, the post notes that the sign is ‘real neon.’
A Single Bottle
While the poster has 17 bottles available, they are selling each individual bottle for $1. So, theoretically, you could buy one empty green Grolsch beer bottle for a buck.
The poster notes that the bear skin was purchased from “my cousin who ate the meat.” However, they have decided it was a bad purchase and now it just sits in the cupboard. Do you want it?
Battleship Porthole Window
This navy battleship porthole window is 21 inches wide and sells for a whopping $250. With this in mind, it is an antique brass collectible from WW2.
This bucket and the water in it look filthy, but the owner wants $30 for it. Your call.
A single (possibly really old) dish
Described as shiny, white and vintage, the poster notes that this Pyrex dish must be old because it’s ‘smooth’. Also, they say there is a chip which they just noticed. It can be yours for five buckeroos if you are looking for a possibly old, almost perfect, divided dish.
Countless “Warhammer Lizardmen” figures may be yours if you are willing to travel to South Surrey (the poster is unwilling to travel). There are tons of them, and many are painted. The poster also offers an instruction manual.