White Lexus LFA For Sale on eBay

Lexus LFA eBay AuctionA Whitest White Lexus LFA from North Wilkesboro, North Carolina, has been put up for auction on eBay, and currently sits at $170,000 with eight bidders and eighteen bids. The reserve price has yet to be met, but the auction is open until October 10th.

(This isn’t the first time a LFA has been put up on eBay — a Pearl Brown LFA was posted by Herb Chambers Lexus, but was quickly pulled before selling.)

Check out the LFA auction on eBay [Via: Carscoop]


  • http://www.facebook.com/RDS.Alphard Yong Thian Ding

    I’m poor … or I wanted it !

  • Cindy Levenburg

    Cool Car!!!

  • guest fan

    what idiotic dealership put this car on ebay? Lexus needs to pull their dealership license

    • 05RollaXRS

      That is what Lexus did not want when they had the lease requirement. Dealerships flipping the car for profit money. They had to allow outright buying option to the buyers after demand from the buyers and then now the inevitable happens.

      • http://www.facebook.com/LexusandThePursuit WorldofLuxury

        aha And there was something about buying out the car but not being allowed to sell it in the US for the first two years of ownership. But that was apparently not fool-proof. I’m excited about this though! I’d definitely get this if I were in the market for an LSh! :P

      • 05RollaXRS

        Yeah, that clause was also removed after the buyers protested again.

      • http://www.facebook.com/LexusandThePursuit WorldofLuxury

        REally?! I missed that part! SWEET! Looks like the LFA speculation isn’t really working out here… reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeally fishy.

      • 05RollaXRS

        Yep. The buyers can do whatever the hell they want and flip it like a coin LOL (ofcourse, metaphorically speaking).

  • emptystreets130

    I think this is gonna get pulled soon.

    1) The seller has an very low feedback score of 13. So this is more likely to be a scam.
    2) Like the above comments, I’m pretty sure Lexus had them sign a form stating that they could not sell the vehicle after a certain amount of time/cannot make a profit.
    3) I don’t think this is a dealer selling the vehicle.

  • Max_bramante

    Fake as many other auctions.

  • http://twitter.com/yishai_ettebe Yishai

    Seeing the car located in N.C it must be Bank of America trying to scam you.

  • Maarten

    EBAY states that the VIN is not correct. ts a good VIN, production date is june 2011.

  • http://twitter.com/jasoncollin Jason Collin

    Yeah, you think someone trying to sell this LFA for max money would have invested a little more in the photographs as well!  Using a bus as a background is not something I would ever do as a pro car photographer!

    However, I like that there is the chance to be able to buy an LFA still, assuming they are all sold out and even if I brought $379k cash to my Lexus dealership I still could not get one.