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A 1966 Volvo 1800S and its owner Irv Gordon (1940-2018) of East Patchogue, New York have the Guinness world record for highest mileage. Gordon began driving the car in 1966, and in 1987 the car reached the one million mile mark. In 1998 it was registered as the vehicle with the highest certified mileage driven by the original owner in non.
Volvo 850 Volvo 850 history, fixes, and help to find what you need on this Volvo model. Wagon, sedan, turbo, T-5, 850 GLT, 850 R, 850-R. Volvo’s 850, first introduced in 1992, is almost legendary for its list of firsts and set the stage for many of Volvo’s subsequent vehicles.Doc expects to cross the million-mile barrier sometime in the next couple of weeks. On the open road, Doc sees about 38 mpg, down from an average of around 42 mpg when the Civic was newer. As for keeping entertained on the road, Doc enjoys the aforementioned Nick Digilio Show, the Patti Vasquez Show (which precedes Nick’s show on WGN), and listening to music.Mar 21, 2012 - Lehman Volvo is proud to be a part of some great events. See more ideas about Volvo, Dealership, Event.
Million-Mile Masters. For a few very loyal car owners, however, six years isn't much. Take Irv Gordon, whose 1966 Volvo P1800 made the Guinness Book of Records in 1998 for its incredibly high mileage. Gordon, the car's original owner, has now logged more than 2.6 million miles on trips and in daily driving. In interviews, Gordon attributed his.Read More
Irv Gordon 3 Million Mile 1966 Volvo P1800s. 1.8K likes. This is Irv Gordon's official fan page on Facebook! Irv will update you on his activities as he continues to add to his world record setting.Read More
Owner Of Three Million Mile Volvo P1800S Dies. Modern cars today can clock 100,000 miles without blinking and eye and the 200,000 mark is pretty attainable for most. With proper maintenance and.Read More
Volvo High Mileage Club. Volvo cars have long had the reputation of being able to endure high mileage with little difficulty, and with great reliability. The cars remain looking great despite their epic mileages. So, we decided to get owners show how great these cars are by allowing them to display their achievements. This is the listing that started on this web site a few years ago and anyone.Read More
The administration of the Club will be undertaken by the Volvo Owners Club. Three categories have been made as you can see from the photographs above. Gold Class. For Volvo cars that have achieved 500,000 miles and over. Silver Class. For Volvo cars that have achieved 300,000 to 499,999 miles. Bronze Class. For Volvo cars that have achieved.Read More
Volvo’s sense of value added was obvious from the shipping of Irv and the P1800 to Alaska for the 3 millionth mile, rather than allowing the event to take place in more mundane environs. Shipping the car was necessary, because by the time Volvo decided to shoot the event in Alaska, “I only had 200 miles to go to reach 3 million,” Irv explains.Read More
Yet plenty of cars, mainly taxis and other service vehicles, have surpassed the million-mile mark. One enthusiastic owner has even driven his Volvo P1800 over three million miles by performing.Read More
Irv Gordon is perhaps the best known Volvo owner on the planet, having racked up nearly three million miles on his 1966 Volvo P1800 over his four and a half decades of ownership. That’s earned.Read More
This mid-2000s Civic is a surprising contender for the million-mile club. Hondas are generally known for their reliability, but Honda build quality suffered during the mid-2000s due to some serious cost-cutting at the time. But the mechanicals on this one were strong enough to make it to a million on the original engine and gearbox with the only serious maintenance item being a new head gasket.Read More
The latest Mercedes-Benz to be recognized for surpassing the one-million-mile mark is a 1970 280SE acquired for the Mercedes-Benz Museum Collection from its original owners, George and Luzstella Koschel of Orange County, California. The Koschels bought the car new and drove it for 1,019,000 miles. The Mercedes-Benz Classic High Mileage Award is presented to owners whose vehicles have logged.Read More