35th Anniv Current Mileage January 2007?

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VOORHEES

Stangnet's "35th Limited Edition" VIN Guy
Mod Dude
Nov 9, 1999
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Wow! Forum activity!!


06/29/10 update.

approx. 70,100 only 700 miles since November 2009. I had to let the wife drive it a couple of days while I used her van....she didn't want to drive the beater Ranger. Oh well, whats a guy to do?

:rolleyes:

-Jason
 

Lolds

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Mar 28, 2008
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Heya Jason!!! This is a little off topic, but where the heck did our signature files go? I noticed yours is unchanged but mine is missing. I noticed some members have them and some don't. Am I just missing something or what?
 

VOORHEES

Stangnet's "35th Limited Edition" VIN Guy
Mod Dude
Nov 9, 1999
3,038
26
119
48
LaGrange, GA
Heya Jason!!! This is a little off topic, but where the heck did our signature files go? I noticed yours is unchanged but mine is missing. I noticed some members have them and some don't. Am I just missing something or what?

Not sure, I do beleive that it defaults to not showing your sig. When you post scroll down below and see the "show your signature" option and click on it.

I only did it once and it stays there. You may could change it in your settings.

-J
 

Red9935thGT

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Man i remember when i bought mine 9 years ago with 39K on it. I just rolled 103K last month. I gotta start driving my terminator more and lay off this.
 

Fink132

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Mar 14, 2010
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I just turned 100,000kms. Equals approx 62,000 miles.
Got a pic of it turning over to 100,000kms??

@dfesta : you gotta drive that thing more man! IMO why bother having a car you don't drive? sure it'll keep the re-sale value, but will you be able to look back a long time from now (if you were to have sold it) and say "yea I had a lot of fun with that car, driving it out on my drive way, washing it, waxing it, and driving it back into the garage"
just my opinion.
 

gtmick00

Member
Jul 4, 2009
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You don't alway have to drive it to enjoy your car

You don't alway have to drive it to enjoy your car. I alway hear people say that you have to drive your car to enjoy it, or you might as well sell it. Some of us have less time to do this, but still love our cars. My 1999 mustang now 7,500miles, and my 1995 corvette now 14,000 miles are not worth much more than a high mile car when it comes to resale, but are still worth a lot to me. I took a trip out of town with the Mustang this weekend, and brought home a first in it class trophy, the low miles had to have help.
 

VOORHEES

Stangnet's "35th Limited Edition" VIN Guy
Mod Dude
Nov 9, 1999
3,038
26
119
48
LaGrange, GA
You don't alway have to drive it to enjoy your car. I alway hear people say that you have to drive your car to enjoy it, or you might as well sell it. Some of us have less time to do this, but still love our cars. My 1999 mustang now 7,500miles, and my 1995 corvette now 14,000 miles are not worth much more than a high mile car when it comes to resale, but are still worth a lot to me. I took a trip out of town with the Mustang this weekend, and brought home a first in it class trophy, the low miles had to have help.
its a beautiful car! I get some greif for not driving mine and it has just a tick over 70,000. I did not always have a DD.

Do you still have your original wheels? I'm sure you do.
-J