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Old 11-13-2011, 05:13 AM
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1,000,000 mile Super Duty

The truck's not really my cup of tea, and it's on it's 3rd motor, but still pretty amazing

More than a million miles: Well-maintained Ford Super Duty goes the distance, is still super | The Courier-Journal | courier-journal.com
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can't believe he paid that much for it! Even with a new motor.
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can't believe he paid that much for it! Even with a new motor.
I agree
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They had some good reman engine put in..... NOT!
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That was pretty cool. The truck looked pretty clean, I have seen them in a lot worst shape with a quarter of those miles. It makes me feel good about the resale value of mine.
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1,000,000 miles sounds impressive, BUT it took 3 motors to get their, what about the trans missions? the truck still looks nice over all.
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I dont believe for a second that is the original trans if it is the 4R100
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Well she sure is a fancy buggy... So has anyone done 600k+ on a original motor and auto trans??
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I dont believe for a second that is the original trans if it is the 4R100
It says in the article it's on it's second transmission and third rearend. Still impressive for just two trannys!


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Well she sure is a fancy buggy... So has anyone done 600k+ on a original motor and auto trans??
My dad's '88 7.3 had over 600k miles. All original, never rebuilt (although it needed to be). It was a manual trans though...
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