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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: Jamie McClung • Mileage: 273,200 Miles • Added: 2017-02-17 • Modified: 2017-02-17
Major Repairs: Ball joints (but who hasn't replaced these in a Durango), Water Pump, A/C
Comments: Knock on wood....no engine or transmission work!
Owner: Vince Oddo • Mileage: 216,358 Miles • Added: 2017-02-07 • Modified: 2017-02-07
Major Repairs: Replaced top and bottom torque mounts, center motor mount
Replaced battery, added extra ground cables
Replaced tensioner pulley and serpentine belt
Comments: It’s the best Neon I’ve ever owned. Fantastic fuel economy even though I drive it hard. Feels completely different from my old 2002 SXT automatic.
Owner: Scott Cummings • Mileage: 264,023 Miles • Added: 2017-02-05 • Modified: 2017-02-06
Major Repairs: pinion bearings at 252000.
Comments: One of the best vehicles I've ever owned.
Owner: Dominic Barone • Mileage: 215,646 Miles • Added: 2017-02-05 • Modified: 2017-02-05
Major Repairs: Steering box replaced shortly before I purchased it in 09/2016. Otherwise appears all original.
Comments: She’s got some minor electrical gremlins, but everything else is all standard fare for a truck approaching 30. Most issues right now are from previous owners cutting corners when fixing things, like JB Welding the O2 sensor instead of replacing.
She came up to Pittsburgh Pa from North Carolina in 2006, so the frame and underside are all relatively rust free. Currently re-doing the floors for the spring. Eventually I’d like to do a 4WD swap, but if it ain’t broke...
Owner: Jubel Caldwell • Mileage: 700,170 Miles • Added: 2012-12-14 • Modified: 2017-02-03
Major Repairs: Broken valve spring at 115,000
Transmission at 486,000
Engine long block @ 606,000
Owner: Doug Samuel • Mileage: 371,900 Miles • Added: 2010-12-10 • Modified: 2017-02-01
Major Repairs: Front wheel bearings. Lower Control Arm Bushings. new Half Shafts. New radiator and fan. New rear wheel bearings. New struts. Cylinder Head replaced at 280,000 miles and transmission at 292,000 miles. Alternator changed at 315,500 miles. Engine rebuild at 345,000 miles. Fuel pump changed at 365,000 miles
Comments: Made it to my goal of 300,000 miles. At 316,200 miles car continues to run great. Finally had to change the cylinder head at 280,000 miles and the transmission at 292,000 miles. Engine rebuilt at 345,000 miles due to high oil usage and misfiring due to burned valve. New head, pistons (with rings) and bearings. Oil use now a quart every 4,000 miles. At almost 372,000 miles, car continues to run great.
Owner: William Sikora • Mileage: 645,400 Miles • Added: 2017-01-31 • Modified: 2017-02-01
Comments: original owner bought brand new when they changed the body style in 1994. She has been going strong ever since.
Owner: Barry Claus • Mileage: 211,000 Miles • Added: 2017-01-30 • Modified: 2017-01-30
Major Repairs: timing belt and waterpump at 168.000
reman transmission just before I purchased the car
Comments: This is the "Dog Car" and work beater.
Owner: John Sickmeier • Mileage: 296,000 Miles • Added: 2015-04-25 • Modified: 2017-01-29
Major Repairs: Lifetime powertrain warranty! Had a lifter lock up at 235k, new cam and lifters. A few seals, new rear end due to the recall.
Comments: I’ve been a Mopar nut all my life, all my trucks have been over 200,000k trucks. I’m shooting for 500k on this one.
Owner: Kevin Black • Mileage: 304,000 Miles • Added: 2016-12-18 • Modified: 2017-01-27
Major Repairs: 904 blew drive at 200,000, 318 gave up a valve at 290,000. It came with the recall fuel injectors, which were replaced at 20,000.
Comments: This van was purchased new by my parents in Hanover, Pa. It was a stripper model, the only option was an add on AC (800 bucks). With 177,000 on it, my dad sold it to me for one dollar in 2008. It had sat for awhile, so had had tires, leaky brake cylinders, etc. Since I got it, I've upgraded the springs, put a 3.55 Rear in (it had 2.91s), built a carburated 360 and replaced the 318 and put a 727 in. Its riding on Goodyear Wranglers (not the cheesy ones) 31 x 10.5 15s. This van has been a workhorse, pulling a large trailer for most of its miles. The interior is a camper, and with 12 foot of room, there's enough room for tools and such. Virtually all the work ever done to or on this vehicle has been done by me. It's great on road and off road.
Owner: Jory Montano • Mileage: 319,994 Miles • Added: 2016-12-18 • Modified: 2017-01-24
Major Repairs: Replace Alternator
Replaced Fuel Pump
Comments: 3 owners my grandma bought it in 1999 and owned it up until 2015 when i bought it from her and it was her daily driver to and from the prison where she worked and after they bought their new Ram big horn it was used as a field truck.
Owner: Robbie Grant Jr • Mileage: 240,000 Miles • Added: 2016-12-18 • Modified: 2017-01-24
Major Repairs: Ignition switch
Comments: Still sounds and runs like new
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