SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) - A California man was stunned to see what a previous owner of his minivan apparently left behind: $500,000 worth of cocaine jammed in the door panels. Preston says he noticed the driver's side window wouldn't go down all the way, but he figured he would live with it because the Town and Country van had a good air conditioning system. The San Jose Mercury News says Preston paid $14,000 to Thrifty Car Sales in Santa Clara for the 2008 white van in May 2010. Thrifty Car Sales owner Ron Battistella says he's willing to replace the van with a drug-free ride.
Hell no, you're not getting my car for a cocaine free car. Finders keepers, losers wheepers. Like this used car salesman isn't just going to turn around and flip this minivan to a cartel for a cool $300k? Why the hell shouldn't the owner get in on the profit? He took all the risks, driving around with a few kilo's just jammed into his door panel, non the wiser. Check the Kellys Blue Book Value buddy, I'm pretty sure if you check the "multiple kilos of coke" box under accessories, you'll see the value is a little more than a free trade in for a mini-van.
Imagine this bro gets pulled over for running a red light or something and the cop happens to be a k-9 unit? Dude is fucked. You think Ron from Thrifty is offering to take responsibility then? Fuck no. Ron don't know shit about the coke in that situation, but find it in a routine mechanics check up and all of a sudden Ron's your best friend, "oh I'm sorry sir, I forgot I put that coke in there, let me set you up with a non-half a million dollar car right away." Bull shit buddy, just give Preston the name and number of your Juarez contacts and he'll take care of this himself.
Fucking used car salesmen, they're the worst.