If you’re looking for an ultra-original collectible car, you’ve probably realized you’ll have to spend big money for the good stuff — think over $100,000 for a really nice Buick GNX, for instance, or a 1960s Corvette. But this car is an interesting collectible that was virtually never driven — and while it may not be an ultra-cool 1960s muscle car, it’s also a lot less expensive.
It’s a 1995 Chevy Monte Carlo, and it’s a "Pace Car Edition" from the 1994 Brickyard 400. According to the ad, just 400 of these were built, and this is number 310 — and, while the 1990s Monte Carlo wasn’t the most exciting car, this particular example is more special than most. Part of the reason for that is the "Pace Car" graphics, which are neat — but also the mileage, which stands at just 812.
Yes, that’s right: This is a ’95 Monte Carlo that’s been driven just 812 miles from new, and that’s clear from the interior and exterior. This car is in fantastic shape with almost no wear, and it’s sure to turn heads at car events due to its pace car replica status. No, again, it’s no Ferrari or Split Window Corvette — but it’s a neat, zero-mile head turner.
Most importantly, it’s not that expensive. While many other low-mileage special cars will break the bank, this one is offered for just $13,500. It’ll never be worth huge money, but it’ll always be an interesting car for a not-so-crazy figure. Find a Chevrolet Monte Carlo for sale