Published On: Thu, Nov 29th, 2012

Father uses half-dressed daughter in eBay photos to sell car

Car magazines have long exploited half-naked woman in ads and attempts to sell cars, but a father may have gone to another level when he used his 20-year-old daughter to pose provocatively with his 1977 Datsun so he could sell it on eBay.

UPDATE: She’s NOT his daughter:

She’s not my daughter. It’s a friend. I’ve done cars and motorcycles for years and used models, and if I didn’t have a model, I would use my dog in an ad.” Ridley told KVAL News in an interview on Thursday.

When KVAL first called Ridley, he said he went along with it because he “thought it was kind of a kick.”

Kim Ridley in eBay post

Kim Ridley, of Oregon, posted more than 12 images of his daughter on eBay, The Daily Mail reports. She is bending over on the car in many of the images and there is even a close-up shot of her from behind in black panties, the car visible between her legs.

She began the photo shoot in jeans and eventually stripped down to the black underwear and tank top.

AdFreak contacted Ridley to get his take on the situation and learned he does not regret his actions.

“If I felt bad about it, I wouldn’t do it,” he said. Ridley went on to reveal that he also has taken sexy photos of his daughter’s friends as well in order to sell his items on eBay.

‘Girls and dogs attract people’s attention,’ he added, revealing he has also used his golden retriever Max in some of his ads, including a motorcycle shot with Lexxa driving and the dog in the sidecar.

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