1995 s-10 has 140K on it, stock everything beside starter (decided to die at 120K)
chevette has only 61K on it, BUT its 28 years old now...but all origional driveline stuff.
we dont own a car that has under 100K on it thats driven regularly...(besides my chevette but its old and prolly wasnt regularly driven if its only gained 61 K miles in 28 years, ive put about 8-9K miles on it myself in the last 2 -3 years)
251,000 miles on the 87 Civic (replaced radiator, 3 wheel bearings, head gasket, front seal, starter, water pump, alternator brushes) the guy who owned it before me said the clutch had been replaced
253,000 miles on the 92 Nissan 240SX (replaced the water pump, valve cover gasket, starter, all brakes several times, clutch master cylinder replaced twice, clutch). I've owned this car for 8 years and put 135,000 miles on it since I've bought it. Uses no oil.
14,000 miles on the 87 Kawasaki
In case anyone is wondering, I use Walmart "Supertech" oil in all my vehicles.
My 99 Ply yoyager has 164,000 miles. Tranny has been done, wheel bearings, brakes. I've been using the car since June 07 123,000 miles when I started filling in for the previous owner. I bought it in Nov 07 with 154,000 miles and have put 10,000 miles on it, in only 2 months. My gas bill for Dec was close to $600 bucks. Just look at my Gas log.
99 Ford Crown Vic Police Car. 184,000 miles on original engine and tranny. Which is a Miricle for one of these. I bought it with just over 100,000 and the car has had a bunch of stuff replaced, but the car has been very good. I swapped to 2.73 rear end and the car gets 28+mpg on the Highway.
My '96 Saturn is the 1.9L DOHC at 138k (timing chain making some noise... knock on wood, I'd like to sell this for the SOHC 5-speed SL1 or SC1)
My '94 Camaro Z28 is at 136k, mileage wont move much on this car as all I do is SCCA it. Last year I only racked up 1500 miles. This year I might see 3,000 total between making events in Cincinnati as well as Lexington and Sparta, KY.
My other '94 Z28 was at 131k when sold a few months ago.
I'm looking at buying a Chrysler Conquest TSi which has 133k