No, seriously, I’m asking. This 1990 Lexus LS400 with the only vanity plates that make sense on one, has 560,000 km on the clock – 348,000 miles in another words. It’s the cheapest LS currently for sale here, and it’s not even too far from me. And the price of vanity plates (~1k) is almost half of the car’s value, since 2500 eur is a bit on the high side for a high-miler. Of course, the plate has probably been acquired 23 years ago, and updated to the EU version once.
I really like the first-generation LS400, and really wouldn’t mind owning one. But is getting an interstellar one for cheap a good shortcut to Lexus wafting?
The seller hasn’t provided too many shots, and you need to guess your way out of this. The alloy wheels point the opposite directions, which is always a sign of cluelessness, and I don’t know if that’s cack or rust on the wheelarch.
It would be a miracle if the seat leather hadn’t ripped through by now, and the rest of the interior could use a thorough detailing. I also don’t know if the electronic displays work right now.
But for 2500 eur, how bad could it be? See the listing here