Cash strapped GM is heading to the pawn shop.
General Motors’ cash problems could give car buffs the rare opportunity to buy some of GM’s most unique vehicles at auction next week, giving gearheads an extraordinary chance to own some of Detroit’s history.
The auction is part of an effort to raise cash for the struggling automaker … GM’s Heritage Center in Sterling Heights has about 200 of the automaker’s 1,000 historic or special vehicles on display.
More than 200 of the center’s vehicles will be put up for sale at the Barrett-Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Ariz.
I mean, it’s bad enough when your buddy has to hawk his guitar to buy enough ramen for a few weeks. But GM? If they’re really that cash strapped … well, that’s just pathetic.