A mate of mine had a Mazda Astina that had given faithful family transport for 25 years and racked up what might as well have been a million miles but then he got an exec job that came with a brand new exec car. Exit Mazda, but how and where?
No dealer was interested in an aged Japanese family car, never mind the faithful record and decent condition. So my mate put the car on his front lawn with a sign that read “Free to a good home. You want it, you take it.” For three days the car sat there without anyone showing any interest at all, so he made up a new sign “Reliable family car. $50”. It was stolen that night.