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Old 07-31-2015, 02:30 PM   #36
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Guess I was lucky as I bought mine with 2700 miles and it already had the tune and CAI, now almost a year later I have 8805 as of today.
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I had the same problem. 4 years and only 24k miles. I finally gave in and loaded the tune (I had actually bought the tuner a year before that and then had second thoughts about loading it after I got it).
Oh wow, you guys should try driving these cars. I guess low miles is good for the next owner.
Ive had my car for 1.5 yrs and have 29k miles already. I drive it all the time.
I have a hard time understanding why some ppl only put 3k miles on these beasts a year. Doesn't sound like fun.
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Oh wow, you guys should try driving these cars. I guess low miles is good for the next owner.
Ive had my car for 1.5 yrs and have 29k miles already. I drive it all the time.
I have a hard time understanding why some ppl only put 3k miles on these beasts a year. Doesn't sound like fun.
I built my 14 TrakPak to drive and drive hard......it's just that I have other cars to drive also..............I don't drive the Mustang in bad weather.
Driving to the store, mall, to a friends house......................short jaunts are just not fun for me.......week after next I'll be putting 600+ miles on the Mustang in a special road trip......that's what I bought the car for and that's how I drive mine and enjoy it. Everyone has their style...............this 03 Terminator only has 5586 miles...........................
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Oh wow, you guys should try driving these cars. I guess low miles is good for the next owner.

Ive had my car for 1.5 yrs and have 29k miles already. I drive it all the time.

I have a hard time understanding why some ppl only put 3k miles on these beasts a year. Doesn't sound like fun.

I have a company car. I drive the Mustang every day I'm off work and take it on road trips to South Florida when I can. It's just a weekend / toy car for now.

When I didn't have a company vehicle I would put 20,000 miles a year on my cars.


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I only put about 1500 miles a year on my car. But being in Connecticut it only gets driven 6 months out of the year and I also have a company car.
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I only put about 1500 miles a year on my car. But being in Connecticut it only gets driven 6 months out of the year and I also have a company car.
How many of those are......or were 1320' at a time
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How many of those are......or were 1320' at a time
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Oh wow, you guys should try driving these cars. I guess low miles is good for the next owner.
Ive had my car for 1.5 yrs and have 29k miles already. I drive it all the time.
I have a hard time understanding why some ppl only put 3k miles on these beasts a year. Doesn't sound like fun.
Weekend/Sunny day car only. Connecticut winters are killer on a car. Actually it is kind of nice storing it for the winter. Each spring it is like getting a brand new car again.
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I forgot to mention. I put 25k miles/year on my daily driver and take it to work where the parking spaces are so tight that unless you are very careful you will hit the car next to you with your door. You know people just don't care that much. No thanks.
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Lol @ the bad gas stuff

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