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Old 07-05-2007, 01:33 PM
deeferduck deeferduck is offline
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Default Cue the funeral march...

Did I miss the party? I fear something happened around March/April of last year, 'cause that seems to be when nearly everyone dropped off this site...

Anyway, just incase anyone is out there, a quick question for you. I am thinking of getting either a land cruiser or patrol (used of course! I haven't won the lotto. Yet...)

I know these beasts can go forever, but what is considered high mileage in this case. There is some good value out there and I am not put off by the car having 100,000 miles on the clock. My question is, how many more 000's of miles are "acceptable" without your inner voice screaming "Run Away!! Run Away!!". Lets say that the vehicle in question is in good nick and has never (or rarely) been taken off-road, or used for towing a Massey Ferguson.

Any advice or tips would be greatly appreciated.
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