Filmmaker Goes Viral With High-End Commercial For Girlfriend’s ‘Crappy Used Car’

Filmmaker Goes Viral With High-End Commercial For Girlfriend’s ‘Crappy Used Car’


AFFORDABLE. GOOD HAVE CHOICE. THANK YOU JEFF. PAT: A MAN IN EAST HOLLYWOOD HAS CREATED QUITE THE COMMERCIAL TO HELP HIS FIANCÉE SELL HER BEAT UP RIDE. JOE QUAN SHOWS US THE VIDEO THAT HAS BEEN VIEWED BY MILLIONS OF PEOPLE. WE WERE GOING TO GO CAMPING IN BIG SUR AND DRIVING ON HIGHWAY ONE. REPORTER: MAX THOUGHT IT WOULD BE FUNNY TO MAKE A HIGH-END CAR COMMERCIAL FOR A CRAPPY USED-CAR. REPORTER: THIS CAR, THE CAR HIS FIANCÉE NAMED GREANEY. REPORTER: IN 1996 HONDA ACCORD. REPORTER: THE COMMERCIAL AND FILMMAKER GRABBED FRIENDS AND GOT TO WORK. INCLUDING SHOOTING AND EDITING AND GRAPHICS AND SOUND EFFECTS, ALL OF IT, PROBABLY OVER 200 HOURS. REPORTER: THEY PRODUCED THIS COMMERCIAL PREMIERING GREANEY AS A LUXURY RIDE AND A SPECIAL FELINE FRIEND TO HELP THE LOVE OF HIS LIFE, WHICH IS NOT THE WOMAN IN THE MI VIDEO, SELL GREANEY ON EBAY. MY GOAL WAS TO GO ABOVE KELLY BLUE BOOK VALUE. REPORTER: AND BOY DID THEY DO IT, BUT WITH A SNAG. E-MeBAY CONTACTED US AND SAID THEY CANCELED THE ACTION IN ERROR. RIDE REPORTER: GREANEY DRIVES PRETTY NICE. SOME OF THE FEATURES IN THE COMMERCIAL ARE NOT INCLUDED BUT THIS MUG IS NEGOTIABLE.

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10 Comments

  1. I got the same car mine has a Manual Transmissions and it's modified. I'm never getting rid of mine it's staying with me for eternity I wanna get together with Honda to do a commercial with them for the all new Accord and future mine in it with the new Accord 2.0L Turbo engine 6 speed Manual Transmission. And mine 2.4L 4 cylinder turbo K24a2 LSD 6 Speed Manual Transmission this is a commercial I imagine that's going to be worldwide, for all the Honda enthusiasts, and true car guys who loves every car make not the wannabes, we see at car meets and on YouTube who talks out their ass to make themselves feel special.

  2. Oh my God. Bidding was at six figures and eBay cancelled the auction? I would sue eBay for any amount of difference lost due to eBay negligence. You have to unless they have some BS loophole allowing them to screw people like that.

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