If you're into collecting Japanese classics, you'll appreciate this one. It's a 1983 Honda Accord two-door hatchback that's been seemingly frozen in time for 25 years, offered for sale . It's easily the nicest one we've ever seen.
This Accord, equipped with a 1.8-liter four cylinder and a five-speed manual transmission, is a rare hatchback model painted red. According to the seller, the car's been garaged for the past 29 years, with its last inspection being in 1988.
All the paint, trim, tires, bumpers, and mirrors, are flawless, as is the stunning red cloth interior. Additionally, all the gauges, instruments, and HVAC systems are said to function perfectly. It even has louvers on the rear window.
The car has 32,031 miles on the odometer, and is with a high bid of $20,000 with six days remaining and no reserve. That might seem like a substantial chunk of change for an old Honda, but c'mon, just look at that quality.