It must be a pretty difficult problem: running out of room in a car collection. That’s an issue actor and comedian David Spade faces, and now, he’s selling one of his prized cars.
It’s none other than his 1987 Buick Grand National, which he purchased after falling in love with the collector car hobby. Spade said his role in “Joe Dirt” opened his eyes to the hobby. Notably, he also owns a Plymouth Road Runner, which is valued at over $900,000.
The Daily Mail reports Spade spent $9,000 to restore the 1987 Grand National and ensure it’s in mint condition for the next owner. The asking price? A reasonable $33,000. The car has since been sold and the original Craigslist post has been deleted.
Spade called the Grand National his “troublemaker” car and we’re sure he’s made room for something else. The owner also received a signed photo of the car.