While not an actual “Running When Parked” classified listing, this one is too interesting and amusing to pass up. The seller is offering what appears to be a beautiful and tranquil final resting place at a cemetery conveniently located off the Foothill Freeway in San Bernardino. The asking price for the plot is $10,000 or the owner will trade it for a vintage Harley Davidson Knucklehead, a vintage Indian Chief, a vintage Harley-Davidson chopper or a hot rod. I have to wonder if the plot owner experienced a miraculous recovery from certain death and figures the final days are better spent in the saddle than worrying about putting on that dirt shirt.
The phrase “running when parked” (RWP) is code for a once treasured possession that has been neglected in the corner of the garage or tool shed for far too long. Lacking the energy, time or resources to bring the little beauty back to life, the owner lists it for sale in hopes that a new owner will massage it back to health. Our collection of RWP bikes fall into two distinct categories; treasure or trash. And you are the only one who can properly judge which category the bike belongs in.