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    While I believe all of you to be honest and good folk, I do need to point out that none of these 'claims' have been verified by photos...

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    I have a few Fords, our primary is an 02' E-350 with over 200k. My daily driver a Crown vic with 210k (working on the fresh DOHC drop in motor NOT factory LOL), my spare daily a mazda protege, not sure if it's really an "alien" though with 100k something. But my classic van (spare) an 82' E-250 inline 6 with a 3 on the tree has 40 some K miles (original) But it's starting to rust out.

    The only Honda's I have are an 85' V65 Sabre, and used to have a 98' Super Hawk 996 (motorcycles)
    Yea I know,..those things happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninedd View Post
    While I believe all of you to be honest and good folk, I do need to point out that none of these 'claims' have been verified by photos...
    Chevy Silverado 6.0L V8 -
    Here's a pic btw next change 330K
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    Default 632,235 km Dodge Dakota 318 V8 4spd Auto

    This truck isn't mine, but it is driven by a friend of mine who works for an agricultural chemical company (which he asked me not to name). It is a 98 Dakota with a 318 V8 and 4speed Auto. The pickup box has some special equipment mounted inside of the fibreglass topper. He spends a lot of time on the road. The only motor work has been a water pump, new oil pan gasket (leaking) and a new intake manifold gasket (known issue on OEM gasket for these motors). It has also had a couple sets of front wheel bearings and recently had new tie-rod ends and ball joints installed (he says it feels like new again), as well as the usual brakes and tires as needed. The vehicle is slated to be replaced next year, and by then it should have a bit over 700,000k. Lightly loaded highway miles, and has never towed a thing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stratolinks View Post
    (he says it feels like new again)
    Of course, 'new' Dodges feel like crap, so I'm not sure that feeling like new is a good thing.
    by then it should have a bit over 700,000k.
    Cool - if it was me, I'd take a photo at 666,666 of course.

    Actually, this is truly very cool. I'm poking fun at Domestic's, but that's 400,000 miles on that truck, which is very good. I had a 91 Dodge Dakota years ago and loved it.

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    Over here 150k and most cars & trucks fall apart as the roads are so bad.
    The box said "Requires Windows XP or better"........................ So I installed LINUX.....

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    Looking closely at the photos, I think we also have to have a contest to see who's instrument panel and steering column is the most dusty. LOL

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    Well if you think his dash is dirty, you should see the floor! That truck has probably seen more gravel roads than pavement, and the body is really starting to show it.

    I'll suggest he get a picture of the 666,666 when it comes up.

    Quote Originally Posted by ninedd View Post
    Looking closely at the photos, I think we also have to have a contest to see who's instrument panel and steering column is the most dusty. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stratolinks View Post
    I'll suggest he get a picture of the 666,666 when it comes up.
    That'd be cool. Evil, but cool. Double Evil even.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninedd View Post
    I had a 91 Dodge Dakota years ago and loved it.
    HA, I too had a 91 Dakota. Bought it brand new and drove the poo out of it. Loved that truck. Then a 16 year old girl got confused and rammed her car into the side of it. Dang.

    davidd

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