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  • The 100,000 Mile Club

    Who would have thought back in 2002 that some members would still have their Birds 12 years later and some of those Birds now have 100,000+ miles on them. So, I'm going to start the 100,000 Mile Club. If you have those kind of miles on your Bird just post here and I'll add you the the list.

    As for me I still have over 3,000 to go but will be on the list by the end of this year.

    IF YOU HAVE UPDATES TO YOUR MILEAGE AND WOULD LIKE TO CHANGE WHAT IS POSTED JUST POST HERE AND I'LL UPDATE YOUR MILEAGE.
    Last edited by Gobird; Jul 28, 2015, 07:49 PM.
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    Re: The 100,000 Mile Club
    MEMBERS OF THE 100,000 MILE CLUB
    1. 2K2BIRD / Paul Thomas = 105,033
    2. 4LOWBIRDS / Ron McCloud = 127,675
    3. 02TBIRD / Gary Himes = 138,985
    4. 15AGAIN / Bill Green = 152,000
    5. Brad / Brad = 107,000
    6. DavidA / David Applebaum = 140,000
    7. jassantoro / Jim Santoro = 115,000
    8. FUN X 3 / Phil = 106,000
    9. Weker / Ned Welker = 112,000
    10. Gobird / Spence Haldeman = 115,630
    11. 5bird7 / Dot Lang = 177,000
    12. JoAnne / JoAnne Nabor = 210,000
    13. BlueThunder02 / John Boylan
    14. Banar / Tom Banar / 114,000
    15. Argon / Jason Root / 148,000
    16. Skid Rowe / 101,000
    17. tduncan47 / Tom Duncan / 112,000
    18. msutton1951 / Mike Sutton / 137,000
    19. RustyFrye / Doug / 118,000
    20. SteveM / Steve Mustain / 115,000
    22. lemonhead /James Whitaker / 102,000
    23. joe57 / David Richards / 151,000
    24. trollerguy / James Eley / 110,500
    25. DudleyM / Merle & Don Morton / 100,000
    26. FritsB / Frits Beenhakker / 109,375
    27. MEK04 / Mike Kearns / 102,221
    28. sauernote / Ralph / 100,000
    29. wcoates / Bill Coates / 100,000
    30. Stanley / Stanley Keda / 100,000
    31. mtmski / Ed Horton / 100,000
    32. Red Bird / Barry Richman / 106,000
    33. longbill / Bill Long / 100,000
    34. Dark Lady / Patricia Settle / 110,000
    35. The Pen Maker / Roy Snider / 108,000
    36. ISSYRO / Israel Rosido / 118,000
    37. Deangreer / Dean Greer / 108,315
    38. ewclement / Ed Clement / 100,000
    39. Chris O'Connor / Regal292 / 100,000
    40. FPO / J. Gordon = 102,500
    41.
    kenchestnut101 / Ken Chestnut = 100,269
    42. Fuchsaudio / Andy Fuchs= 119,000
    42. Ray & Sharon Newcomb / Rays 007= 100,000 #15
    43.
    JoAnne / 210,000
    44. 428mPI / Keithb Wiebe / 121,000
    45.
    Black Beauty / Greg Nelson 103,00
    Last edited by Gobird; Mar 20, 2019, 06:37 PM.
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    • #3
      Re: The 100,000 Mile Club

      105,033 miles as she sits in the garage today! All of them were Fun, Fun, Fun! Some even more than others.
      18 years, 163K miles, 48 States X 2 & DC, 9 Canadian provinces, 8 European countries, 3 Caribbean Islands, 3 Hawaiian Islands, 100+ National Park locations, 100+ T-bird events, 160+ retrobird diecasts/models, 12 TOTM pics & some very special friends...THANKS to TBN !

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      • #4
        Re: The 100,000 Mile Club

        Do you have to have driven all the miles yourself, or have a Thunderbird with over 100,000? I have driven over 148,000 miles on my Thunderbirds and one has 128,000.
        02 Nieman Marcus-SS htp-f/sil. #165 - 21 states-DC
        02 TB-TB htp-p/blue acc.-Nancy Gioia-28 states-DC
        03 007-Coral htp-f/white acc. #468 7 states
        03 WW-WW htp-p/red 8 states
        04 VMG-VMG htp-p/white - 20 states-DC
        04 PCR-Ash htp f/ash acc. #101 - 19 states-DC
        04 Merlot- Merlot htp-sand- B. Grassnig-48 states-DC
        04 TR-TR htp-blk 18 states-DC
        04 LIB-LIB htp-p/white 15 states-DC
        05 Cashmere htp-stone #408 21 states-DC
        05 IG-IG htp-p/white #82 - 48&DC
        05 Dusk Rose-DR htp-cashmere seats - 48&DC

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        • #5
          Re: The 100,000 Mile Club

          As long as you have a Bird with that many miles on it you can get on the list.
          They are Here. Scotty, beam me up!
          IT'S 5 O'CLOCK SOMEWHERE
          Visit the TBN Store

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          • #6
            Re: The 100,000 Mile Club

            138,985

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            • #7
              Re: The 100,000 Mile Club

              007 127,675 as of 7/1/14
              02 Nieman Marcus-SS htp-f/sil. #165 - 21 states-DC
              02 TB-TB htp-p/blue acc.-Nancy Gioia-28 states-DC
              03 007-Coral htp-f/white acc. #468 7 states
              03 WW-WW htp-p/red 8 states
              04 VMG-VMG htp-p/white - 20 states-DC
              04 PCR-Ash htp f/ash acc. #101 - 19 states-DC
              04 Merlot- Merlot htp-sand- B. Grassnig-48 states-DC
              04 TR-TR htp-blk 18 states-DC
              04 LIB-LIB htp-p/white 15 states-DC
              05 Cashmere htp-stone #408 21 states-DC
              05 IG-IG htp-p/white #82 - 48&DC
              05 Dusk Rose-DR htp-cashmere seats - 48&DC

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              • #8
                Re: The 100,000 Mile Club

                15AGAIN
                152,000 miles and counting!!!
                Birds of the 48
                15AGAIN has been in 48 States and 9 Canadian Provinces. Travelled many miles with great friends-- "Priceless"

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                • #9
                  Re: The 100,000 Mile Club

                  107,000 on my 2003
                  90,000 on my 2002 before selling

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                  • #10
                    Re: The 100,000 Mile Club

                    Originally posted by 4LOWBIRDS+3 View Post
                    007 127,675 as of 7/1/14
                    Only 8 times more than mine.
                    .

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                    • #11
                      Re: The 100,000 Mile Club

                      I'm only halfway to 100,000 miles. The in-service date ("birth date") on my Retro was 6/28/04, which means last Saturday (6/28/14) was the car's 10th birthday. Mileage on that date: 51,777.7 which averages out to driving the car 5177 miles/year. Looks like I'll need another 10 years to join the 100K club. Save me a seat. ---Will

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                      • #12
                        I thought this thread was for members that had a 100,000 miles on their bird.

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                        • #13
                          Re: The 100,000 Mile Club

                          Originally posted by Cashr22 View Post
                          I thought this thread was for members that had a 100,000 miles on their bird.
                          If its an open thread, all member can make posts to it.

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                          • #14
                            I guess I will have to learn to read post# 1 & 5

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                            • #15
                              Re: The 100,000 Mile Club

                              ....so um....a 100,000km. club for us Canucks? and European members?....which, I think, is about 62500 miles.....using 1.6 km/ mile

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