Pushing Oahu's odometer outer limits - Hawaii Business
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#1 Aug 10, 2009
I'd swear the same old late 60s Ford rental car my parents always seemed to get year after year after year - yeah, the beige one - lol - must have had million miles on it.
Every time I've tried to keep my favorite truck, forces conspire against me. Moose have a funny way of upsetting plans that way!
#2 Aug 10, 2009
Honda Accord over 209,000. Changed oil regularly (3k miles) and maintain as needed. Bought a new car, but still use the Accord regularly.
#3 Aug 10, 2009
I have a 1999 Nissan Quest that has 178.583 miles and still runs well.
#4 Aug 10, 2009
In 2001, one of Eugene, Oregon's ubiquitous Volvo-driving university professors sold his 1989 Volvo Station Wagon to my boyfriend and I. It had about 180,000 miles on it at the time and when we shipped it to Hawaii in 2007, there was almost 270,000 miles on the car. Wish we still had it but alas, it didn't like the warm and humid tropical climate. We gave it away to a friend, and heard just a few weeks back that it had given up the ghost just this summer. How's that for fun, ey?! I bet that car had alsmot 300,000 miles on its engine when it bit the dust. But that's standard for Volvos in Oregon!
#5 Aug 10, 2009
I have a 1993 Honda Civic with 164,000, I service it every 3 months. WOULDN'T GIVE IT UP. runs GREAT.
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