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Autotrader Find: One-Owner 1989 Chevy Celebrity With 54,000 Miles

If you’re nostalgic for the 1980s, here’s something you’ll surely love. This is a 1989 Chevy Celebrity, the likes of which haven’t been seen in decades — except this one is pristine, and it looks just like it did back then.

The primary reason this Chevy Celebrity looks so nice is that it’s a one-owner car that’s traveled just 54,000 miles from new. Yes, you heard right: someone’s been keeping this Chevy Celebrity for the last 30 years, and they’ve barely driven it, preserving it almost as well as someone would keep an exotic car.

That’s reflected in the condition of this Chevy Celebrity, which is finished in dark red with a gray interior. The exterior is in great shape, and the interior is nice, too, with less wear than basically any Chevy Celebrity in existence. It’s a surprisingly handsome car, if that word can be applied to a 1989 Chevy Celebrity.

Although the VIN isn’t provided in the ad to run a Carfax report, it’s likely this Celebrity was sold new in Rhode Island and has remained there since — meaning you’ll want to check for rust before buying it. Fortunately, it’s surprisingly inexpensive: this Celebrity is offered by a private seller, and it’s listed for $5,000. That’s big money for a Celebrity, but it’s a bargain for a 54,000-mile used car. This is both — so if you’re a fan of 1980s GM, you’ll need to decide if it’s worth it to have probably the nicest Chevy Celebrity left. Find a Chevrolet Celebrity for sale

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