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Nov 1994 and she's still rolling... and I know the real figure is higher. That's the first time the digits ever lined up so well. The air freshener is about the only part that is in full working order.:D

 

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204204 km = 127625 miles. I've got the 91, currently at 178,600 miles (and rising!!) Runs great, looks horrible!!
 

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235000 km, 146000 miles, everything works, purrs like a kitty, uses 1/4 liter of oil every 5000 km, city of calgary puts 30,000 to 40,000 tons of salt in the roads every winter so im forever puting pasties on it, dont have an air freshner.
 

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Eeek...no air freshener? How appalling....:D
 

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94,000km

You might be saying "WOW LOW MILEAGE!!" but for a car that has lived here the majority of its life that is a lot of hard, rough, painful distance.
 

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196,134 miles on a 94 and still adding more to it everyday. Soon as it hits 202,230 I am swapping gauge clusters for the junkyard one I just pulled in hopes of stopping the noisy and shaky speedometer syndrome.

According to my calculator that's 315,647 kilometers!
 

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250,000 miles on a 1998 1.8 liter Sport. Uses no oil & extremly reliable and great fuel mileage. Great engineering. (many hard miles in the mountains)
 

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133000 miles. This has been the 'funnest' 4x4 I have owned. Due to its size.

I am able to go where most quads go. And all places a full size 4x4 would be unable to. (trail width size)
 

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Eeek...no air freshener? How appalling....:D
I always have a few 40 lb bags of pine wood pellets in the back for traction in the winter so it smells like a pine forest, down side is i have dogs come from blocks around to pee on my track.
 

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182 on 2 door and 134 on 4 door, miles that is. the 4 door smokes at start up and leaks oil from head to block and now im doin the clutch but just the springs came out, the rest looks good in there. both bodies are gettin the cancer but under not on visable.
 

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Had to retire my wifes quad 96 geo 16v auto 227k miles....retired due to rust and body damage. 94 8v auto now manual has 100k miles and idles smooth and makes good power. My wifes new quad 90 suzuki 8v manual has 90k miles and runs great. Got no roof, don't need air freshener
 

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Low miles

1994 sidekick 16v 1.6 4sp auto 4x4 80000 on the odometer 55000 as tow vehicle.
mint condition
1998 tracker 16v 1.6 5sp 4x4 soft top 71,000 needs major rust work
 

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1994 sidekick 16v 1.6 4sp auto 4x4 80000 on the odometer 55000 as tow vehicle.
mint condition
1998 tracker 16v 1.6 5sp 4x4 soft top 71,000 needs major rust work
How much will you take for the 98?
 

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Not for sale yet...frame and floor are good and I am working on the rust work...but if I change my mind I will contact you ......
 

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Waited a few days for this. Today, at 9:00 am, she made it to 250,000 km.

I have put on 5,560 km since Aug. 1st.

She would not have made it this far without the help from this forum.

Thanks,

Zukibug
 

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167000 miles. I got it in January with 159930 miles on it.

Needs a new fuel tank, header, and AC clutch diedthe other day.
 

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ODO says 41xxx but only goes to 99999. so if its rolled twice 241000 and a good for you buddy, but if only once 141000 and thats a bad dune buggy
 

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191,350. Going strong. Slight oil drip. Needs a tune up.
 

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While I would usually never advocate the use of stop leak products, there's something sold at auto parts stores that's in a clear bottle. It looks like Motor Honey but it isn't. The name is eluding me at the moment.

It actually works extremely well. I've always used it for temp control on air cooled motors, but it stops small leaks very well. And if it doesn't leave residue in their tiny oil passages, it'll work fine in everything else.

Ill try to remember the name, I keep a bottle in the osh!t box of the kick.
 
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