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This is a discussion on Higher Milage GT350's within the Mustang GT350 General Discussions forums, part of the Mustang GT350 Forum category; I read a lot on this (and other) forums about the "garage queens" with little to no mileage and some daily drivers with several thousand ...

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    Higher Mileage GT350's

    I read a lot on this (and other) forums about the "garage queens" with little to no mileage and some daily drivers with several thousand miles. I'm curious to hear if there are any daily drivers with 20k to 30k (or more) miles on their GT350? I would like to know how they are holding up. Please advise if this fits you.
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    Close to a daily driver .... 8500 miles on it but this past week with tortential rain in Florida ... its been in the garage

    don
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    I have 15,000 miles on my GT350, never had an issue and it's still like new except for needing a new pair of shoes. You may find a couple with 20K+ miles, but I would be surprised if any significant number of owners with that kind of mileage will respond on this forum.

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    I am still debating on how I will be driving mine. I had a 2002 Mustang GT with only 88000 miles on it when I bought a 2010 Roush 427R, which has 45000 right now. I will be driving it though.

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    10,500 miles on mine. I drive it like I stole it. 3 track weekends at Willow Springs with COCOA. No issues a new set of rear tires didn't fix. Other than limp mode but that fix is pending.
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    Thanks all for your replies. It's great to hear no unexpected issues are on the horizon.
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    Think about the Track Attack cars. Being abused most of their lives...it would be apparently obvious if the engine wasn't holding up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by racephan View Post
    Think about the Track Attack cars. Being abused most of their lives...it would be apparently obvious if the engine wasn't holding up.
    True - but we aren't hearing about the level of service, repairs and replacements those vehicles are receiving.
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    Only real issues with these cars are that some like mine eat oil and others eat oil excessively and have had motors replaced. Be thankful your car isnt eating any oil.
    I run about a quart every 1200 miles

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    07GT500 SOLD 11/03/2016 664 rwhp
    15 SHO SOLD 05/01/2016 stock
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    Quote Originally Posted by rob-wl View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by racephan View Post
    Think about the Track Attack cars. Being abused most of their lives...it would be apparently obvious if the engine wasn't holding up.
    True - but we aren't hearing about the level of service, repairs and replacements those vehicles are receiving.
    Good point. I wouldnt worry though. Enjoy.
    Plus car has warranty protection.

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