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For some reason, my old '69 Camaro is a favorite among scammers, most likely because there are quite a few pictures of it floating around. You may think that nobody could fall for this, but I regularly get e-mails from people who see the ad, find my e-mail address, and want to know where to send the money. This time the ad was on Craigslist.com, and you can buy the whole car for what I spent on the engine. What a deal. Not! There are some great deals on Craigslist, but the site is free to advertise on and anyone can post anything with no cost incurred. This makes it attractive to the majority of legit sellers, but it's also a magnet for crooks and con artists.