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You going for a world record..

Put it on the dyno!
 

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I agree but after the engine work done would it detract from the original internals as it could be a different figure now ?
Wouldnt have thought so, just for rods and pistons.. as they are just uprated to handle power, not give it.
 

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141,387 miles

18k service. Rear disks and pads, sticky front caliper piston rebuild. £1678

4x new MPSS, £925 from Tyreleader

Total Maintenance costs: £29845

Total Tyre costs: £7896

So, having done 141,387 miles in 8 years 0 months, an average of 17,700 miles/year:

Total service, maintenance and tyre costs: £37743

Original Cost: £52,345. Current part-ex value: £23,930. Total Depreciation: £28415

Total annual costs including maintenance, repairs, tyres and depreciation: £8269, or 46.7p per mile
 

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140,000 miles

Nothing to report since last time. Needs a service soon.

At this rate my 2010 car will last another 110k miles or at the current rate of use another 22 years lol
 

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Still need to get this badboy on the dyno, Litchfields offered a free run from what I remember, can't say fairer than that :D
 

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Not to intrude on this thread but I wanted to share another GTR over 100k!



Just picked up a 2009 with 119k (now 120k) on it. This is my first GTR. I have built cars myself for quite awhile (mostly GM and BMW) and am looking forward to joining the GTR realm.

Car seems flawless. As far as I know the previous owner has done a few main maintenance items including:

Timing chain/tensioners
Wheel Bearings
New 2013 Transmission & bellhousing at 56k

Car is modded with around 600hp at the crank. I plan on tracking it so it will be interesting to see how it holds up at this mileage! I am not afraid to tear into it if need be. :cool:
Going to be cheeky here, but how much does one pay for an R35 GTR with 120k miles on the clock??
 

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Going to be cheeky here, but how much does one pay for an R35 GTR with 120k miles on the clock??
Assuming it's an 09/10 car, the price for an average mileage car (5k miles per year where these cars are concerned) would be around 36-40k at present.

As a rule of thumb I think it's fairly realistic to knock off £500 per 5000 miles that the car has exceeded the average mileage of 5k miles per year.

So a good condition 09 R35 with average mileage could be in the region of...

40k miles - £36,000

80k miles - £32,000

120k miles- £28,000

Other factors will obviously come into play, like the condition of tyres and brakes, service history, work carried out etc, but those figures are the ballpark IMO.
 

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Assuming it's an 09/10 car, the price for an average mileage car (5k miles per year where these cars are concerned) would be around 36-40k at present.

As a rule of thumb I think it's fairly realistic to knock off £500 per 5000 miles that the car has exceeded the average mileage of 5k miles per year.

So a good condition 09 R35 with average mileage could be in the region of...

40k miles - £36,000

80k miles - £32,000

120k miles- £28,000

Other factors will obviously come into play, like the condition of tyres and brakes, service history, work carried out etc, but those figures are the ballpark IMO.
That seams very reasonable to me looking at the current market, I am thinking also most of the deprecation in an R35 is done too, thanks for the information :)
 

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Assuming it's an 09/10 car, the price for an average mileage car (5k miles per year where these cars are concerned) would be around 36-40k at present.

As a rule of thumb I think it's fairly realistic to knock off £500 per 5000 miles that the car has exceeded the average mileage of 5k miles per year.

So a good condition 09 R35 with average mileage could be in the region of...

40k miles - £36,000

80k miles - £32,000

120k miles- £28,000

Other factors will obviously come into play, like the condition of tyres and brakes, service history, work carried out etc, but those figures are the ballpark IMO.
looks underpriced to me, i'd say more like the below, your prices are more like we buy any car prices! in winter aka NOW prices will overall be a few k cheaper of course as noone is buying, and its a bad selling time, rest of the year i'd say the below prices

40k miles - £38-40,000

80k miles - £35-36,000

120k miles- £32,000

CAT C/d - 30k
 
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