|01-23-2015 09:01 AM|
|01-23-2015 08:23 AM|
|SvviftSVT||my first ever autox race is Feb 1st and i have over 170k on it|
|01-22-2015 07:07 PM|
|FocusOnU2||Wow.......all these low mileage SVT's. My 04 has 225,000 miles on the clock and I haven't driven it since August.|
|01-18-2015 10:49 PM|
|arksvt||My 2003 just turned 155k. Runs like new. I just took it on a 1000 mile round trip with an average speed of 75 mph. Didn't burn any oil and ran perfectly. Foci really are great freeway cars and the SVT version ads fun to that. Looking forward to the 200k mark.|
|01-18-2015 05:51 PM|
I just broke 100k about 3-500 miles ago. I haven't looked since I broke 100.
When I bought mine, my friend decided someday he was going to get an SVT...so he might be getting one very soon. He's looking at a 2002 2-dr SVT with 122k on it.
He's selling his Mustang for it. Success.
|01-17-2015 09:39 AM|
|A Focused Family|
|01-16-2015 11:17 AM|
|ysrpilot||Just hit 73000 yesterday. My daily driver.|
|01-16-2015 10:30 AM|
We're at 95k on a 2004, got it new and it was not the daily driver until about a year and a half ago....might sell this spring or summer but have not decided yet.
Forgot - #414 of 1978
|01-14-2015 04:05 PM|
Honestly I enjoyed the Classic Motorsports mag. more myself, but even that tends toward the expensive end.
No such thing as a budget Ferrari restoration, though I admit being tempted by a nice 911 with a basket case engine once. Then I learned what the parts bill might be & chickened out.
|01-14-2015 03:17 PM|
They sort of dropped the "on a budget" part. Also, when they split off the classic side they lost something to me.
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