Nice Price Or Crack PipeIs this used car a good deal? You decide!  

That's no typo up there- this really is a 188-mile '77 Thunderbird, which means it has logged just a hair over 6 miles per year since new.

The seller inherited the car from the original owner, who was "afraid to drive it," but did start the car once a week. That means the transmission seals, brake components, electrical connectors, etc., will need to be gone through, but that stuff is pretty straightforward- if time-consuming and expensive- and you just don't get more original than this. $4,500 seems to be even more rock-free than the price tag on the 2,450-mile 1985 Mazda RX-7, but maybe the incredible Malaise-y landyachtitude of the '77 T-Bird reduces its appeal. What do you say- Nice Price or Crack Pipe? Thanks- once again- to LTDScott for the tip!

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