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Friday, September 29, 2006

Odometer reading...



I was in the car (where I tend to spend most of my time) and looked down and noticed my odometer reading....198765! Yes, that would be 198,785 -- my car is a really great car and I can't wait to actually turn over the soon to arrive 200,000 but I thought 198765 was kinda cool.
Happy Friday, all!


12 comments:

  1. I am glad someone else takes pictures of their odometers! I did at 99999 and at 111111 and all my friends made fun of me!

    How are you BTW,
    Meg

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  2. Oh, that just adds on more reason that I think you are totally cool.....;-)

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  3. My 1987 Honda Accord is about to turn over 195,000 and I hope to get a pic of "Baby" and the odometer.

    What year and make is your car?

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  4. Wow, that's a good car! Hold on to that one.

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  5. Your car was on my mind this weekend when we drove past a car lot & there sat a loverly VSW...

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  6. I love a good, reliable car! :D

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  7. Now THAT'S the way to drive a car!

    Happy 200,000!

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  8. that is pretty cool that you caught that! miss you and hope you update your blog again soon :)

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  9. Well I'm at 113,000+ and just had to put a little money into mine. DH said maybe I should think about a newer car, the man just has no faith!

    A car to a mama is like a second home, we do live in them most of the time, sounds like you have a very good friend there my dear! Happy motoring.

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  10. That you got such a great photo of it is awesome. I had a 1991 Pontiac (I bought it new and was the only owner) and in 2002 I hit 300,000 miles on it. Same engine, same tranny. Hell I didn't even have to replace the original water pump or fuel pump until well over 200,000 miles. Best car I ever had next to this 2004 Corolla we have now.

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  11. Isn't that amazing!! There was a guy around here a few years ago who had a Toyota that clicked over 1,000,000. So, then the odometer starts at 0 again. He contacted Toyota about it but they didn't seem interested in publicizing. I suppose they don't want people to know that they might go that long. LOL!! As much as cars cost now they should go forever.

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