You have a surprisingly old car with very low mileage and little body rust.  Maybe someone who didn’t drive much passed it on to you or maybe you found it used.  It may be a real prize but remember that it is still an older car.

Rubber, plastic, fluids and metal all degrade over time so even if a car isn’t driven much, you may encounter problems, especially with seals, hoses, belts and boots.

The seals in the engine and transmission are the biggest potential biggest problems. Fuel, oil and coolant sitting often gather sediments or condensation. The battery may not hold a charge.  Especially if you are considering buying a car like this, take int account replacing parts from age rather than from normal wear.

If you consider these issues, it still might be a great car!