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Fewest Miles?

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When checking the voting booth I noticed
2% had voted in the 0-100 mile category.
Of course they may have many more miles now.
So let's see who has the fewest miles now.

DHG 3875 has 495 miles.
Purchased 29AUG01

I also saw that 3% had their Bullitt wrapped
in plastic in another poll, so these
Bullittheads probably have real low miles.
DHG #3875
BULLITT chase scene recreated on rear dash
with Revell 1/25 scale 68 GT 390 Fastback and
68 Charger R/T metal body models. Unfortunately
the hub caps don't come off the Charger.

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On 2002-01-15 16:20, BLUEBULLITT4043 wrote:
I think most everyone has a different opinion and situation. I picked up True Blue #4043 in late August. I have put on only 350 miles on it. Every mile has been a joy. I also own 1969 Shelby GT 350 #0816, 1968 Convertible G.T. Mustang, and my daily driver 1989 Mustang G.T. I did not buy the Bullitt for a investment it was purchased so I can drive it when I want and enjoy every minute of it. It seems that those who drive theirs as daily drivers don`t understand that. Trust me it is a nice option to have.
No, I think we understand it...we just can't afford it or justify it.
I bought mine as a daily driver. I did not go in looking for another collectible car, nor did I go in looking for a Bullitt. As I've had the car almost a year now, I WISH that I could buy another daily driver and pamper this one...but I can't. Just mentioning this would be cause for me, I mentioned it!!!

I almost cried when I hit 10k on the odometer. :cry:
sh*t happens!!!
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