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I am looking at purchasing a 1987 Olds Ciera - owner is claiming 67K original miles - how can I determine if this is accurate?

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For such a low mile car the owner should still have the factory service books, review the miles and service dates, this will confirm, if he has no books be suspicious, as it doesnt make sense why he wouldnt have them. Take a close look at the instruments, look at the mounting screws inside {behind the plastic lens near gauges} and see if they have been tampered with, a screwdriver will remove some of the black paint on the screws, Hope this helps, Good luck

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