Hot dog! You can buy this frankly awesome ‘wiener mobile’ in the Lower Mainland right now

UPDATE JUNE 17:

This listing was flagged for removal on Craigslist, and has all the markings of a copy-cat prank posting. Here’s our explanation, and apology: Let’s be frank: We were weenies for falling for the Wienermobile prank

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There’s never a shortage of crazy things on Craigslist in the Lower Mainland, and right now is no exception.

For a cool $7,000 you could be the proud new owner of one very spiffy Oscar Mayer “wiener mobile.” Not only does this flashy vehicle come equipped with a giant wiener on its top half, but the bottom also resembles a hot-dog bun — it is a truly hilarious work of art.

The owner states they were hoping to transform the vehicle into a camper. Roasting hot-dogs over the campfire by the ol’ wiener mobile, anyone?

Craigslist
Craigslist

The seller also notes that the 1991 vehicle starts and runs well, and that their uncle purchased it at an auction. Now, the orange-and-yellow showstopper waits in Mission for its next owner.

Vancouver Is Awesome contacted the owner for more information but have not heard back.

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