You're probably looking at a builder or a car which has been abused. We've got a 2000 with 63k on it and we're asking $14,900. If you want to look at true cost of ownership numbers go to intellichoice.com. They do breakdowns for depreciation, fuel, insurance, maintenance and repairs of every car on the market. It would be much more accurate than your hunting around the internet trying to find the lowest priced listing out there. If you want to use that kind of logic I can find A 2000 Tahoe which sold for $40k plus new that I can muy used for $14k.
But since when would you care about accuracy.
A 2004 grand am is rated as poor. It's so easy to point out your ignorance that it's not even fun anymore.