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Autotrader Find: Unusually Nice 1995 Geo Tracker

What you see here is an unusually well-preserved 1995 Geo Tracker. I say "unusually well-preserved" because these vehicles are over 20 years old, the brand that sold them hasn’t existed almost ever since and most people bought them and used them up. Few have survived in nice shape, but this one has.

This 1995 Tracker is offered by a private seller in Eufala, Oklahoma, and it’s traveled just 92,000 miles from new. It’s finished in black with teal pinstriping — of course it has teal pinstriping, as it was the 1990s we’re talking about — and the interior is cloth with the kind of strange, multi-colored accents car companies were putting on their cars in the 1990s.

Like all Tracker models from this era, this one uses a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder — an engine that was rated at 95 horsepower on 4-wheel-drive models for the 1995 model year. That’s not substantial power, and performance is surely dulled by the automatic transmission, but this wasn’t exactly a heavy car: It’s only 143.7 inches long, and the roof is removable. And yes, that’s an important point to keep in mind: The roof is removable. This is a 4WD convertible SUV — effectively a Jeep Wrangler or a Land Rover Defender, just on a more toyish scale.

Most importantly, it can be yours for just $3,995 — a bargain for a vehicle like this, especially in nice condition. If you don’t live in eastern Oklahoma, the drive home from buying it will be a slow and windy one — but you’ll probably have the only decent Tracker in your community.

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