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I recall as a kid wondering why the new vehicles my dad bought had a few miles on them when we picked them up from the dealership. It was my strong (perhaps OCD-influenced) belief that a brand-new car should have zero miles on it, no more. Dad explained that the few miles were the result of driving the cars on and off car haulers and of shuffling the cars around the lot, maybe even the result of some test miles. This 1977 Chrysler Town and Country station wagon, which apparently has yet to find its first owner of record, shows significantly more than a few miles. That’s a lot of shuffling around the lot. From the seller’s description:
This car was owned by a new car dealership has never been registered excellant maintainence always serviced excellant summer rider mechanically sound could be a daily driver fun (BEACH WAGON) 3rd row seat factory AC cruse tilt telescope wheel leather seats no dash cracks some seam splits in the drivers seat easy fix 400 ci motor factory 8-track player
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