Craigslist ads always intrigue me.  Take this one, for example...a 2003 skidoo legend 600 barley used.  OK, not to bad.  But the owner continues on to say...Was the ex wife's sled but hasn't got much use.  

What is the purpose of saying who it belonged to?  The fact that it belongs the an ex...oh excuse me 'THE' ex...does that make this piece of machinery more valuable?  More sought after?  Because, if I was in the market for a used snowmobile...one of the options I'd be looking for was "did this belong to an ex?"  I only want an 'ex-wife' owned snowmobile.  I mean, because, those are very hard to come by.

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Nonetheless...I felt compelled to help this ex-husband sell his ex-wife's snowmobile.  There's till plenty of winter left this season.  Here's the entire ad:

2003 skidoo legend 600 barley used. Was the ex wife's sled but hasn't got much use only 15 ,lies this year so it's got to go. Only issues are a crack windshield and broken mirror. Was laid on its side from a stopped position. Won't find a cleaner one and has the upgraded suspension. Really great sled. Email is best. $2250 obo