Can You Buy A Car From Scott Disick? 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' Job Reveal Got Our Hopes Up

When word got out during last week's episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians — after 10 years — that Scott Disick owns a luxury car dealership called Calabasas Luxury Motorcars (motorCARS, don't forget the "cars" part), what he did for a living started to make sense... sort of. How he has gone years without ever mentioning this place is pretty mind-blowing, considering the Kardashian Krew loves a product plug. But despite his zipped lips, we know that he is the company's President, so the question must be asked, "Can I buy my luxury motorcar from Lord Disick?" You know, if I actually lived near Calabasas and could afford a luxury motorcar?

Is it too much to ask to be guided through your luxury motorcar buying by the man who has an entire Kollection of Kars? Scott is someone who, even if he doesn't know anything about the mechanics of cars, I would trust blindly to sell me a car with all of the bells and whistles, and a price tag to go with it. I would even argue, if you're not buying your luxury motorcar from Scott Disick, are you even buying a luxury motorcar? The answer is no. You're just buying a car. Big mistake. HUGE.

So, if my two pretend scenarios of 1) living near Calabasas Luxury Motorcars, and 2) having a lot of money to spend on said motorcar, were true, could I actually get my motorcar from Scott?

Scott said on the show that "A business I own sells exotic cars, but I don’t personally." So I'm taking that as Scott is all business at this place, and is acting more like the Wizard of Oz — the man behind the curtain — than a frontman for the operation. Plus, Scott's name isn't listed on the company website under "Staff," a man named Benny is listed under "Owner." So if Scott isn't even listed on the website, I'm sure he isn't just hanging around the dealership asking customers if he can sell them a luxury motorcar.

So even if I lived in Calabasas and had $100,000 or more to spend on a motorcar, it doesn't seem like I'd be able to buy one from Scott. The only way I might have a chance at buying a car from Lord Disick himself is if he wanted to sell one of the cars from his own personal collection on Craigslist, where we commoners stroll.

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