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had a look on autotrader and never really seen one over 110k - 120k miles

was just wondering whats yours done and whats the highest you seen one with

Mines just turned over 100,000 miles, wanna get an idea of how many more i could add to the clock.

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Mines only done 58k but I expect that it will be good for a lot more, after all it is a toyota

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87000 and no problems at all :thumbsup:

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Phil01's has done over 100k

Got mine with 38k on the clock last march, now done 50k

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Mine just passed 75000 this week.

Have known Toyota engines to go well over 300,000 miles don't know if the TS will.

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33,888 This morning :rolleyes:

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Approaching 16k....:unsure:

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Hi, 2003 95,000miles Changed block & head @ 67,000 due to big ends failure :thumbsup:

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Hi, 2003 95,000miles Changed block & head @ 67,000 due to big ends failure :thumbsup:

Ouch!! how much did that cost??

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Just a thought

If someone put a tsport/compressor into storage for a couple of years with say below 20k milage....would it rise in value being rare, low milage and nearly new condition?

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If someone paid (and stored) £10k for a near mint condition comp two/three years ago...

He would probs get high 7 or 8k for it now :crybaby:

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my original car which i still use on a day to day basis she has done 104 coming upto 105k and still hitting lift everyday :thumbsup:

my bargin which i picked one up for 1675 54k on the clock needed a new exhaust which ive just recently finnished thread to come of that and body work touching up :D

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bought my 02 with 93k on the clock, sold it with 123k on it. Only thing that went was the heater matrix, but got a secondhand one from a scrappy!

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Approaching 16k....:unsure:

You tart... 16k not even run in yet. :lol:

Mines on 49k, I hate looking at the clock and seeing it gain mileage.

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Approaching 16k....:unsure:

You tart... 16k not even run in yet. :lol:

Mines on 49k, I hate looking at the clock and seeing it gain mileage.

More miles=more fun :thumbsup:

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Approaching 16k....:unsure:

You tart... 16k not even run in yet. :lol:

Mines on 49k, I hate looking at the clock and seeing it gain mileage.

More miles=more fun :thumbsup:

True :thumbsup: ... I see my mileage counter as a clock ticking down on, how much longer I'll own the car for :(

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Ha...just warming her up gently! :D Full credit has to go to the original owner for buying a brand new car and doing <2k miles a year!

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Two thousand long violent crunching abusive miles!!

:wacko: jokies

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Yeah, he spent the 2k miles a year in first gear in lift...:drool:

Luckily there were no obvious signs of "abuse" or neglect.

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I'm Phil01's son, our TS has done 115k miles :) Still going strong, haven't changed lift bolts yet, but when things are back to normal and he's able to change them, it's gonna be done.

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there's someone on newcelica.org with 221,000 miles original engine and gearbox 2zzge.

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I've done 68000 ish in my t sport need to change the lift bolts for a piece of mind. The only defect I have is the rear hand brake drums making a grinding every so often.

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