Super low mileage cars are always appealing but they get a little tricky to verify when there’s more wear to be seen like on this 1969 Ford Country Sedan with a reported 15,500 miles. The car was believed to be used as a summer car only but ended up in garage storage 20 plus years ago. It was said to have run when it was stored away but the new owner believes it needs the fuel system cleaned and brakes bled to make it roadworthy again. With the faded paint and some developing rust it’s safe to say that it has spent a fair amount of time outdoors over the past 48 years and at first glance many would say there is no way it’s such a low mile car but it still has some tires that are said to be original which upon inspection shouldn’t be too difficult to verify and the interior looks to be in excellent shape, far better condition that you would see on a car whose clock has turned. Located in Logan, Utah and listed on Collector Car Ads, the seller is asking $4,000 OBO.
Plenty of room and power in the Country Sedan as it is optioned with a 390 V8 and and rear cargo seating giving it room for 10. Yes, there are a few dings, a few trim pieces missing and a little rust but this Country Sedan has great potential.