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We were the first 200,000 mile club on the Web, and we remain the largest.
The average car on this list has 260,000 miles; and the most popular years are the 1990s. 1994 is the most popular year.
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Owner: Paul Cooke • Mileage: 270,830 Miles • Added: 2012-11-19 • Modified: 2016-04-18
Major Repairs: The left fender was replaced on this car in 2011.
AS OF APRIL 2016. Radiator replaced. Drive Belt Replaced.
Comments: This van is drove everyday. It is drove at great distances as well. Never a problem. I would not be afraid to drive across the Country in it, its that dependable. It is the white van on the left in the picture. AS OF APRIL 2016 this van now has 270,830 miles.
The silver one is a 2005 T&C Touring I just bought with 165,000 miles. AS OF APRIL 2016 the silver van has 199,330 miles.
Owner: Mark Arakaki • Mileage: 200,011 Miles • Added: 2016-04-16 • Modified: 2016-04-18
Major Repairs: A/C Evaporator
Power Steering Pump
Comments: Original Owner
Original Engine and Transmission
Owner: Wyatt Bowman • Mileage: 218,350 Miles • Added: 2016-04-05 • Modified: 2016-04-06
Major Repairs: Clutch, rear brakes, and the trans appears to be a year newer than the truck.
Comments: It still pulls really hard and chirps the tires into 3rd gear!
Owner: Rick Frenger • Mileage: 215,000 Miles • Added: 2016-03-22 • Modified: 2016-03-22
Major Repairs: Timing belt #1 - 125,000 miles
Timing belt #2 - 185,000 miles
Radiator/Water Pump - 185,000 miles
Front brake rebuild (bumped curb) - 170,000 miles
Comments: Purchased in 2006 with 51,000 miles. Transferred to family member in 2010. Given back in 2016. Pretty stout car; not much really goes wrong. Keep up general maintenance AND SHE JUST GOES. Companion vehicle to my 2008 PT with 125,000 miles on her.
Owner: James Mina • Mileage: 306,000 Miles • Added: 2009-01-26 • Modified: 2016-03-21
Major Repairs: Radiator replaced at about 180,000 miles, A/C evaporator replaced after five years. Just replaced the dreaded coolant pipe which runs alongside the driver’s side cylinder head. Had a rodent chew the engine wiring in June 2014 but that’s not the fault of the car. Just had to replace the power steering pressure and return lines. They rotted out and were leaking. This is a pain in the butt job and requires a technician who knows what they’re doing!
Comments: This car is insanely reliable! It has never failed to start once, never missed a shift, never hesitated, never stalled - ever. Original starter, alternator, A/C compressor, power steering pump, drive axles, front hub bearings, radiator fans. Uses 1/2 qt of oil in 3000 miles. No rattles or squeaks. The first time the "Check Engine" light came on was at 204,000 miles due to an upstream O2 sensor heater failure. I cleared the code and the light stayed out, but I replaced the sensor anyway. The only thing that does not work is the driver’s seat heater, and that is because the replacement cushion is NLA. The car is cosmetically beautiful with very few nicks, no dents, no rust. We bought this car new in May, 2000 and have no plans to replace it in the foreseeable future. We also have a 1999 300M with only 141,000 miles. I didn’t hesitate to buy this car used because our original one is so good. I had it off the road for two years. I put it back on the road four months ago and gave it to my 17 year old son.
Owner: LeDean Carr • Mileage: 277,500 Miles • Added: 2005-04-23 • Modified: 2016-03-09
Major Repairs: None that qualify as major. Replaced non-stock transmission cooler lines, exhaust, brake pads, etc. Had to replace fuel pump improperly installed by previous owner, and repair wiring harness.
Vehicle sold 2008
Comments: Runs great. Uses no oil, leaks nothing. Very quiet, nice riding truck.
Owner: Known, not shown • Mileage: 219,486 Miles • Added: 2011-05-16 • Modified: 2016-03-09
Major Repairs: Valve job
Comments: Used every day. Always has a new quirk, but always starts.
Vehicle sold 2012
Owner: LeDean Carr • Mileage: 203,691 Miles • Added: 2016-03-08 • Modified: 2016-03-09
Major Repairs: None
Comments: Used every day.
Owner: Jimmy N. Nichols • Mileage: 370,500 Miles • Added: 2009-12-19 • Modified: 2016-03-07
Major Repairs: Rebuilt tranny 2x, computer replaced 2x, ABS control module 1x, left and right rear inner axles 1x, Rear main seal (2x)
Comments: Purchased in February 1999 with 6 miles on the odometer.
The best vehicle I have ever owned!!!
Owner: Guy Coulombe • Mileage: 260,000 Miles • Added: 2016-02-26 • Modified: 2016-03-07
Major Repairs: Three headgaskets. Car is awesome, I love it.
Owner: Michael Bonkowski • Mileage: 200,500 Miles • Added: 2016-03-03 • Modified: 2016-03-07
Major Repairs: Complete ground up restoration by Chrysler dealer in 2009-2010.
Comments: My late parents purchased in in Hot Springs, AK in 1977. Been in my family ever since. Sat about 12 years in a field before first (of two) restorations were done. Won multiple awards.
Owner: Jake Daniels • Mileage: 352,500 Miles • Added: 2016-02-20 • Modified: 2016-02-25
Major Repairs: Original transmission replaced at 351k miles, rear-ended 4 times - all cosmetic damage, rear main seal failure repaired at 250k miles, defective radiator replaced under warranty at ~50k miles
Comments: Father bought the truck new in 2004. It really is a testament to how reliable these trucks are, and how long they can last with just regular maintenance and TLC. Gotta say, the looks of the 3rd generation Ram have definitely stood the test of time - looks beautiful after a detail. Going to keep it going to 1 million miles, or die trying.
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