Nissan Altima, 18 years old, silver. Inspected last year for new insurance company. Drives great, solid friction point on clutch. You wouldn't guess it's as old as it is -- I really wanted to push it to half a million kilometers but my wife is crushing on a new Yaris, so this feller has to go. Boo!
Power windows, locks, keyless, AC, aftermarket cruise. 2 year old battery with more than enough cold-cranking amps. We never had to plug this guy in, always starts in the coldest of winter without a problem -- with the exception of when the (ANCIENT) battery finally died. Car rides lower than most typical cars of the same class.
I want to be upfront, there are a few small problems that are typical of a car half it's age:
-A few (old, non-spreading) chips in windshield.
-A few very small rust spots that are starting to appear.
-Starter may be starting to go. It's a little tricky to start, but when you get it, you'll feel like the Fonz. Eeeey
-Running lights are on the fritz. Headlights and Hibeams no problems.
This car is old enough that it doesn't have any complicated computer components that would prevent someone with a little knowledge and effort to maintain forever.