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Sometimes, people buy a brand new car and never ever drive it. Ever.

Take the 13,000 original miles on this 2000 V8 Toyota Tundra for instance. Sure it’s 2WD but if you don’t get 300,000 miles out of that V8 engine you are doing something very wrong. Just look at this thing. It’s perfect! And $16,500 is a bit steep for a Tundra but it is a basically new example of one of the most reliable trucks in recent memory. I do think the brown interior on higher spec models looks better though.

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Illustration for article titled A selection of astoundingly low mileage cars, some with velour even.
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Or maybe if that doesn’t tickle your fancy, consider this 1985 Cadillac Coupe Deville for sale for just $4995. The kicker is that it only has 25,000 miles on the odometer. This one is so amazing I wanted to use it as the title car, but the pictures are really terrible.

But really, this is still on its original tires (!). Absolutely incredible.

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Illustration for article titled A selection of astoundingly low mileage cars, some with velour even.
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And If you want a more practical low mileage hero, this 1977 Pontiac Bonneville Brougham 4 door may appeal to you. Just below 30,000 original miles on it and it looks it. Nice color too. Unfortunately the description is just an all caps shout fest so there is no word on why this particular car was preserved.

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It’s kind of hard to believe these are out there.

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