For Sale: The Last One
So, what would it take to get you in a never-registered, brand-new condition hatchback?
You may assume that it’s in factory-new condition. In fact, there’s still plastic on the seats and steering wheel. The car has only 54 miles under its 20-year old tires. Oh sorry, did I fail to mention that the car in question is a 1993 model?
Perhaps with that knowledge you start to worry a bit. It’s older, hatchbacks of that age period are generally regarded as being a bit penalty-box-ish. After all, this particular hatchback has no stereo. No power windows or door locks either. In fact, it comes with a bit of gray carpet covering the area where the back seat should be. But, it’s from the final year of the Golden Age of Hatchbacks! A piece of history could be yours!
Hmmm… Yeah, it’s pretty basic. Oh, so you want to see the outside?
Did I fail to mention that it was a Mustang Cobra? My bad.
It’s a Mustang Cobra.
As in Racing: upgraded Koni shocks, engine oil and power steering coolers. A/C and power window/lock delete, no rear seating. 54 miles. Showroom condition. Plastic wrap still intact. And this…
The last one ever built.
If it all checks out, the $115,000 entry price should be no problem. Get your credit card and head over to Ogden Lincoln in Westmont Illinois.