Last week I posted up a 1972 Camaro that had 88,879 miles showing on the odometer that had been purchased from the original owner, cleaned and prepped for sale, and was referred to as low mileage in part of the ad. That apparently pissed a few people off, and made others think those that were pissed off were stupid for being pissed off. So what do you think? What constitutes low mileage? I happen to own a 1969 Camaro that has around 50,000 miles on it. That’s low mileage to me. But I also think that a 1994 Chevy truck with anything less than 125,000 miles is pretty low mileage.
It’s all relative I suppose, but I want you to chime in and let me know what you think. Once you tell me what you think I’ll tell you all what I think and point out if you are wrong or right…in my opinion. This is one of those types of things that may be more relative than we think. Like rust. After all, there are tons of people in this country who think a car with little or no rust is a far different thing than those of us who live, or have lived, in dry areas where truly rust free cars exist. In fact, maybe that’s another BANGshift Question of the Day for next week. Hmmmm.