Which one of you jokers is going to buy this perfect Ford Windstar?

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The answer is none of you because this is an aesthetically perfect version of a deeply undesirable car. The Windstars were always shockingly terrible to ride in and drive, so how is this one so minty despite the 175,000 miles?

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$2,700 seems fair. Not sure what you would actually do with this. They didn’t give the year so I don’t know. 1995?

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When’s the last time you saw one of these? Now think back to when you saw one this nice? Most of these were thrashed and trashed worse than this within a few years.

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I just don’t understand.

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How did they drive it 175,000 miles without sitting in it? I’m going to guess it was sold from an estate sale. What’s your take on this?

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