one-owner

one-owner

adj
(Automotive Engineering) that has only had one owner
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A ONLY the most anal and neurotic buyer would claim this makes your Jag worth less than a straight one-owner car.
It's a 1958 Chevy Impala, and a placard boasts that it has just ``15,608 one-owner miles.
For pounds 1,000 I got a 16,000-mile one-owner example.
Thus, a one-owner LLC (established in a state that allows such an arrangement) would be a proprietorship if owned by an individual or would be a branch or division if owned by an entity such as an S corporation (regulations section 301.
Now, shoppers can quickly and easily identify these valuable one-owner cars among the millions of vehicles in our inventory.
Mint and showroom fresh, the seller says the interior (inset) is without blemish, and his Grand Prix is a genuine one-owner car.
A TWO-million mile Volvo has entered the Guinness Book of Records as the highest mileage one-owner car in the world.
He wrote Carfax that he'd put $500 down toward the purchase of a 1987 Camera containing a window sign that stated it was a one-owner car with only 59,000 miles (94,950 km) being sold by the original owner.
If Greg was told the car was a one-owner, that's what he should have got.
Bailey was President and CEO of Epic Data where he engineered the highly successful transition of that company from absolute one-owner control and, in the process, returned the company to profitability.
Before buying it, he dutifully asked how many people had owned the car, and was told it was a local, one-owner part-exchange.