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Shakercars's 1972 Trans Am

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Well made it to 300,000 today with my 2000 Pontiac grand am 2.4l twin cam ... she is still running well. Thanks for the help and tips getting here. Shout out to ringo64, frosty and two lane black top

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Congrats! Miles, right? If so, you're ~60,000 miles past the moon now!

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10 hours ago, Lynn5907 said:

Well made it to 300,000 today with my 2000 Pontiac grand am 2.4l twin cam ... she is still running well. Thanks for the help and tips getting here. Shout out to ringo64, frosty and two lane black top

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That's awesome dude!

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Thanks you all. YES MILES! First car that has made it here. It is amazing I've had 10 cars in my life at 32y/o ... one of witch was a 2001 Nissan Altima with the 2.4l a copy of the 240sx car engine, saying it had the potential to go over 300k. However I was 21ish and I was doing dumb things such as. Putting in R get 5-10 mph backward then slamming an auto trans in 1st gear to leave streaks. Lol. .... The point I'm at here is. The changes in driving habits that happen with age. So Ringo sixty-four, you're telling me the moon is 240,000 miles from da earth?!?! 

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Technically, the moon is 238,856 mi from the Earth. Give or take some rounding :lol: 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moon

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