Although it occasionally happens where people preserve supercars and exotics to the point where they have basically no miles even years after they were first sold, it rarely happens with normal vehicles. This Lexus, however, is an exception: it’s a 17-year-old car with just 780 miles on the odometer. Yes, this is true.
It’s a 2002 SC430, and it’s offered by Marshall Goldman Motors in the Cleveland, Ohio area (who, by the way, also has another ultra-low mileage SC430 — but this is the lowest). This car is finished in black with a black interior, and it has all the keys and books — no surprise, considering it hasn’t even gone 800 miles from when it was picked up at the dealership 17 years ago.
Obviously, a trip to the Carfax report is in order, and it shows that this SC430 was purchased new in May 2001 in Ogden, Utah. It had maintenance done in February 2002 at 645 miles, meaning that it’s traveled just 135 miles in the 17 years since — an unbelievable number that you don’t even see on ultra-rare supercars like the Ferrari Enzo and the Porsche Carrera GT. This SC430 has been tremendously well preserved.
And now it can be yours — if you’re looking for a Lexus SC430 time capsule. Marshall Goldman is offering this SC430 for $46,900, which is still a discount from its original price of around $61,900 — and, of course, the original window sticker is included in the sale.