I bought my car with 10k on the odometer. It had 4 previous owners. The guy I purchased it from, bought the car just so he had a car for the "Corvettes for Cancer" event in Charlotte. After the event, he sold the car to me. He owned it less than a month! Basically, you can't judge a car by how many owners it's had. It's much more important as to how the car has been cared for and maintained by all previous owners. Some guys buy a Corvette and then realize it's not as comfortable as their last BMW,Jaguar or Mercedes and they sell it after driving it a few hundred or thousand miles. Then there's that "one owner" car that's been modded to extremes, run down the track, beat on endlessly and put back to stock for resale purposes. The guy then advertises it as "one owner/all original". Condition is everything and if you look closely at things, before your purchase, you will find that "perfect" car for you.
Last edited by MAD Matt; 03-20-2017 at 06:42 PM.