A car-sales meme has made headlines this week after it was shared on Twitter by Lee’s Car Shop.
The viral video, featuring images of cars, cars and people, has garnered nearly 300,000 likes and almost $7.5 million in purchases in less than a week.
The video, which has since been deleted, shows a man in a black T-shirt and shorts walking down the street.
He starts selling his cars to customers.
One man holds up a car that he says is his own and the other man says he bought his car a few years ago.
The man holding the car says, “I bought my car today,” and the woman behind him asks, “What’s your price?”
He replies, “Just got this car,” and then proceeds to sell the car for a price.
One of the women behind him says, ‘I bought your car, now you need to buy mine.’
He says, `You can buy mine, but you’ll have to pay more for my car.’
I don’t know why she would have bought mine.
The woman behind the other woman says, You know what?
I’m gonna pay $8.50 for my own car.
The woman holding the other car says she wants to pay $9.25.
The two women behind the man say, ‘You know, I really need to get this car.’
They start talking about a vehicle that has been in their family for a long time.
Another woman holds up her own car and says, This is what you’re gonna get.
The video ends with the man and the two women standing outside the car and looking at each other.
It’s not clear who the woman who holds the car is.
A representative for Lee’s said it is a customer who is “in an extended family relationship” with the woman in the video.
The man who sold his car said he bought it “years ago” and has never paid for it.
“This is my car, and I want to buy it back,” he said in the YouTube video.
“I just want to get it back.
I want it back.”
The man holding a car says that he just bought his own car from a friend who was out of town and the car “sucks.”
He says that the car has been sitting for a while and that he can’t afford to replace it.
The YouTube video has been viewed more than 4 million times, making it one of the most popular car sales videos in recent memory.