I’m a big fan of super low mileage cars. There’s usually a nice story behind how a car remained undriven for so many years usually along the lines of man buys car, dies a few years later, wife can’t drive, car sits until being discovered decades later. This 1985 Chevrolet Caprice Wagon found on Ebay has no explanation of how its only clocked 6,015 miles over a 26 year period. We do see a few clues in the vehicle history report. The report show the car was titled in 1991, possibly for the first time. The registration was occasionally renewed over the next 20 years- evidence that the car sat undriven during this period. On 7/24/2008 the Caprice was sold at auction with 5,915 miles on the odometer.
With a buy it now price of $10,500 the car can be purchased for about the price of what it cost back in 1985. It’s hard to imagine these will ever become big time collectable cars, so if you buy it do you use it as reliable daily driver or store it and keep it as new? For me it would be the perfect flashback wagon for daily use.