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Saw a gl sedan much like mine for sale in a parking lot, kinda rusty but the doors were unlocked and it was dark so I opened it to see the Mileage. 499,000. :eek: THEY WERE ASKING $800!!!!!!

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woot woot 326,595 and counting:clap: . and still runnning the old r-12 and accelerates up a steep incline. i drive the same bridge twice a day. and some of the other cars i have had with half the miles could not say that.:lol: subaru kicks rump roast

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I'm knocking on 150K hard.. interesting to see that photo of my gauge cluster from this past february. I am more sure than ever that my alternator needs to be replaced with the 90 amp again...

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This is my 1993 Legacy SS. Those are real miles baby, none of that sissy metric 'kill-mom-eater' stuff :lol:

 

My 1989 GL wagon is nothing to sneeze at. Its at 105,000 baby miles. That's an average of 5800 a year!

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Saw a gl sedan much like mine for sale in a parking lot, kinda rusty but the doors were unlocked and it was dark so I opened it to see the Mileage. 499,000. :eek: THEY WERE ASKING $800!!!!!!

 

I woulda bought it just to watch it turn over to 500,000 :clap:

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Well I've been out of the old gen world for 10 years, think I sent my 80 4wd wagon to the next owner with 245K on the clock, but my 91 Legacy is now at 285K, no engine work except VC gaskets and the timing belt/w pump...on to 300K...

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ok... I dont know if this has been done on the USMB before, but, I thought it would be kinda cool to see how many miles everyones roo has on it... I'll start... My blueroo has 253,002 on it!!!

 

 

I sure hope this takes...

 

1987 gl wagon 296,000 miles

Previous owner replaced motor with a used one at unknown mileage, because of a broken timing belt.

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86 Brat - 89,000 (just turned over today (10/13/07)

82 Brat - 100,000 (just turned over last month, 5k on built engine)

97 OBW - 138,000 (11k on built engine)

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Well, my loyale had 151k on it when i got it. I put about 1k on it with the stock setup, then lifted it and put big tires on it. The odometer rolled onto 170k this week, so 170-152= 18k Tires are 30% oversized so 18x1.3=23.4k

 

So 152+23.4= 175.4k.

 

Those last 23.4k miles have been pretty brutal though, the origional engine was hydrolocked and bent a rod, the second engine burned 2 valves as well as a fair bit of oil, and the third engine is holding for now. Numerous welding patches on the body.

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215,967. engine getting a little tired, still runs good tho. i have a peppy replacement in my Brat if needed. really been considering an EJ swap lately.

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Mine of cars,

92 Legacy Wagon AWD has 259K miles. I bought it had 235k miles in May 2005. Legacy has unregistered due to license plate transfered to Honda. I am thinking Legacy able back to the road and get new license plate, later.

 

Old 89 DL Wagon 2WD has 201k miles. I got DL had 175K miles in June 2003. It's being part car due rust and rot.

 

My dad has 92 Loyale Wagon 4WD with push button has 143k miles for daily driver. also, He has 89 GL wagon 4wd with dual range has 201K miles and needs some work then get to inspection sticker.

 

My oldest sister had 91 Legacy Wagon AWD had 245k miles. She gave me for part car.

 

My older sister borrows her friend's 2006 Impreza sport wagon has 14k miles!:eek: She had dad's 92 Loyale and gave up with problem. So, She gave back to him.

 

Also, I have 91 Civic DX Hatch has 194.7k miles for daily driver.

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