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tiger lee

How many miles on your Shelby

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Seems we're like minded on this. 'Only' have 52K miles on my 13 and plan on seeing >100K in the next three years or so. By the time my estate sells off the car, I'm sure that my car will lower the market the same as the funky, rundown house down the street does to everyone else's property values. To the rest of you, I apologize for screwing up your investment plans. To those who are driving the wheels off the car, I salute you!

How many miles are we putting on our own individual Shelbys.

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I have a 2014 I got in September 13 and have just over 900 miles on it. I've made no particular effort to keep the miles low but where I live probably has a lot to do with it. I am 10 miles out in the country and when I want to go for a drive I jump on the Interstate, make about a 25 mile loop and put her up till next time. No desire to drive this thing to the grocery store.... That's what SUV's are for in my view.

 

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3,355 miles on my 2014........

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59000 on my 14

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Almost 15K on my 2013, since I drove it off the showroom floor in November of 2012.

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I can't understand all you people that put a lot of miles on these cars, don't you realize you are ruining your great-great grandchildren's inheritance. Shame on you. :spend:

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I can't understand all you people that put a lot of miles on these cars, don't you realize you are ruining your great-great grandchildren's inheritance. Shame on you. :spend:

I wonder if American's will know how to drive manual in 50 years hahaha

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52k on my 07 since driving it off the showroom floor in August of 08. Ran into a couple about our age, maybe a little older--we're all well into our AARP membership--with an 08 with 48k on it at the Rolex 24 in Daytona. I asked if they drove it much and she said, of course. He said, that's what Carroll intended, wasn't it? I like those folks. We drove ours down from KY. Spring break in 5 weeks, I think we're taking it to PCB then. Love my Grand Touring 500!

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2011 - ordered 17 May 2010, delivered 3 July 2010, - 9363.0 miles.

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2014 - ordered 17 May 2013, delivered 5 Sept. 2013, - 1965.1 miles.

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my 2010 has just about 8,000 miles, its not my dd so i just use it for shows or just joy rides hang out with friends for rides, i didnt buy it thinking it was going to make me rich some day,i bought it for love of cars and the shelby name ,just like some of us that dont have alot of milage on ours does not mean we dont enjoy ours as the guys and girls who have alot of milage, if you enjoy driving it that much good for you, if not like some of us good for us , it does not mean we dont enjoy ours as much as the higher milage car, just my opinion

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I live in New England so winter it sits and it's not a DD even when it is nice out, just under 19K on my 2007. It should get more the next few years because for now it is my only toy and the past few years it shared duties with my 911.

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Have 18,000 on my 2014 GT-500 but recently bought a 2014 Convertible V-6 to try and slow down the miles.

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