Survivor’s Glint: 1989 Pontiac Grand Prix

DT’s resident Godfather Kaibeezy was onto something (not on something, pay attention!) when he commented on that low mile Taurus from the other day; Drive 50,000 miles, wash occasionally, sell it along… basically a free car. This, this is what you can and should do to separate yourself from the “new car” buying masses, the drones, the sheeple that are always clogging up the fast lane with newfangled cars. There is nothing inherently wrong with buying a new car (I’ve done it myself a few times) but there is something gloriously liberating about driving a car for a few years and recouping your entire purchase price. Yeah…I’ve done that myself a few times too. The trick is; low miles, clean condition, and make money when you buy it. Find this 1989 Pontiac Grand Prix offered for $4,500 in Zeeland, MI via craigslist. Tip from Jeff.

From the seller:

1989 pontiac grand prix
fuel: gas
odometer: 44000
title status: clean
transmission: automatic

1989 Grand Prix
44,000 miles
All Original
Runs Excellent
No Rust, Always Garaged
Never Seen Winter
One Owner Car
Body is Excellent, Interior is as new. 3.1 Engine. 4500.00. Will Trade for daily driver.
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See a better way to drive a bronzed car?