I will come out right away and say it. This is not an old car. It is actually quite new. And one of a kind. So, there. Now you can continue reading to find out what it is.
That pink Miata I posted yesterday got a lot of love. The price was right considering a rebuild was done. As I said in a comment though (when replying to someone else), I do not know why you would rebuild a fairly new car. Makes me think that it was a wreck and has a rebuild title. But, still, who doesn't love the Miata?
Todays vehicle is not pink. It is not sporty. It is not small. They would never be cross-shopped. However, they are near the same year of production. This is a 1988 Tiffany Classic Elite Coupe.
These are apparently quite rare. They were hand-built between the years 1984-1989.
This engine has seen 15,500 miles total. The paint is original and this silver blue is very rare since most are in white (at least, that is what the owner is saying).
I do not know much about this vehicle at all. It looks to me, especially from the side, like it is based off a Cadillac. They then add fenders, a new front, and rear. But I could be wrong. The tail lights are kind of cool. I love the chromed bumpers. The white line tires are also very cool. It screams classy... and old person, which is probably why it is in Venice, Fl (the median age here is 68).
The interior is very basic, but clean. It was upgraded with a 6 speaker sound system and a radio/CD player. The air is ice cold.
The price is $29,500. Which may be fair. It may not be. These are unique. That is either for a good reason or bad reason. We will never know (while, maybe you will). He is also willing to trade for a motor boat.
So, what do you think? NPOCP?
UPDATE: After using Google, I learned that it is based off a Mercury platform, not a Cadillac. The vehicle is then registered as a Mercury, not a Tiffany. So, you can save some money that way.