Evaluation: From the McCarter collection and owned by him since new. Also showing just 12,057 miles. The paint shows more wear than the odometer would suggest, with plenty of light scratches and lots of small chips on the nose and hood. Very tidy underneath, however, and the wheels/tires look perfect. The interior also shows hardly any age. Paint flaws are easy to forgive on a one-owner car that is otherwise fantastic.
Bottom Line: The clean history and low miles on this car are the kind of thing that deep-pocketed Fox-body fans go nuts over. They were more measured in this case, however. This is a lot of money for a Fox-body, yes, but there was no wild bidding war or gotta-have-it mentality here. It was more caution than we’ve become accustomed to seeing lately on cars like this.