Pushing Oahu's odometer outer limits - Hawaii Business
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#1 Aug 12, 2009
Are you guys telling me the whole story? Have you ever overhauled the whole AC system or transmission, replaced the mufflers, re-upholstered the interior and replace foam cushioning, replace gaskets, thermostats, or ball joints, fix dents, repaint the car, or stalled on the freeway??? Your stories are way too perfect.
#2 Aug 12, 2009
kinda funny, but if i recall, not one of these cars so far was strictly driven here on the islands?? cuz, no way, one could have a car that long over here with all the salt water, and stuff...oh well.........
#3 Aug 13, 2009
Cars driven outside the island should be ineligible for the mileage stories here. There's countless cars on the mainland that take on 100k in just a couple years. It's just very different story when you can average 75mph in little to no traffic day after day vs the gridlocked situation on Oahu.
#4 Aug 13, 2009
My 1996 Toyota Tercel has 254,000 miles
on the odometer. The car is used for a
daily commute from Laupahoehoe to Hilo
where I work as the news director for
KKBG-FM. I average around 20,000 miles
a year. I change the oil every 3,000 miles and maintain a regular transmission and brake replacement schedule. The car's body will wear out
before the engine does.
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