Evaluation: Single ownership until 2017. Represented with $20,000 worth of service since 2019. Showing 12,963 miles but the odometer drive gear was replaced recently. Described as a driver by RM with several scratches and chips in the paint throughout, dry rubber trim, wear on the driver’s seat piping, worn shift knob, some grime in the engine bay, a cracked fog light lens, old tires, and curb rash on one of the wheels.
Bottom Line: Bidding on this car opened at $80,000, stalled at $115,000, and was quickly sold at $130,000 on the hammer. It may not have done much on the block, but this result is an adequate balance between the recent servicing and the numerous signs of wear and tear.