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Who has the highest mileage on there GTO on the forums?
Include engine/ drive train/etc that's been rebuilt along the way.
 

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2006 M6
113,659 miles
Differential rebuilt at 112,500 miles
Had a 2004 A4 with 160,000 miles.
Stock everything even made a 2000 mile cross country drive with no issues. But that thing got rolled 6 times and is no longer with us. Probably crushed in a indiana junkyard now.
 

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Quite a few out there with north of 250k.
 
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Coasting to a stop ftw.
Hell yeah. Only problem I'm having is she's burning some oil. Put exactly amount needed at time of change . After about 2000miles I checked and she like 1mm below the min line.
 

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Add the extra .5-1 qt (6-6.5 qt) for track only and you‘ll be good for 2-3000k.

Slightly kidding.
 

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Add the extra .5-1 qt (6-6.5 qt) for track only and you‘ll be good for 2-3000k.

Slightly kidding.
Haha yeah I had to add about a 1.5 qt at 2000miles after the change. I did switch from mobile 1 5w30 (high mileage ) to just regular M1 5w-30 for this change.
 

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Hell yeah. Only problem I'm having is she's burning some oil. Put exactly amount needed at time of change . After about 2000miles I checked and she like 1mm below the min line.
Take off the valve cover and drill some small drainage holes in the PCV channel. The big holes are lined up with some rockers. The oil spray floods the channel and gets sucked up to the intake instead of draining out.
 

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I think mine is right around 172-176k last I checked. Bought it with 42k miles on it. It has lived a good life that's for sure.

Nothing has been rebuilt and still has the original clutch (needs a new one). Aftermarket cam and DSS Single Piece though, that is about it.
 

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i wanted to do daily my 04 well north of 100,000... plans change though. it's hard to take a car to where i work and not destroy it. massive potholes, train tracks everywhere, horribly maintained roads, general corrosive trash in the air.

it's currently at about 86k, lulz.
 

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Maybe both. I'm at 105k and have never changed the brakes. Bought it at 13k, so even if they were changed by the dealer, its still a giant pile of miles.
Wow lol.
I think mine is right around 172-176k last I checked. Bought it with 42k miles on it. It has lived a good life that's for sure.

Nothing has been rebuilt and still has the original clutch (needs a new one). Aftermarket cam and DSS Single Piece though, that is about it.
Wow stock clutch has made it that far ? Impressive.
 

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i wanted to do daily my 04 well north of 100,000... plans change though. it's hard to take a car to where i work and not destroy it. massive potholes, train tracks everywhere, horribly maintained roads, general corrosive trash in the air.

it's currently at about 86k, lulz.
how long have you owned it?

im ~109k. brakes replaced due to rotor warp from a previous owner, clutch was slipping a little and slave went out anyways
 

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Glad to see some high mileage GTO's with not a lot of issues. I bought my 2004 in March of 2004, original owner but only at 29,800 miles. Mine is garage queen, not daily driver and doesn't see rain or snow.
 
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