That does happen a lot. Had a beige '69 Dart, with air and it was super immaculate inside and out except for a small crease in one door. My neighbor begged and begged and begged for it and I sold it to him for more than I had paid, after 4 years and putting 60,000 more miles on it. The guy loans it to his kid and the kid assumes the Huge Rental Truck will stop at the four way and of course it didn't. I actually went to go pay my respects to the car before it went to the dismantler. I think 5 weeks after I sold it. ++ ++ Anyway, I don't mind accumulating miles on cars but I tend since then not to put my entire heart and soul into the "accomplishments" of one car. I've got 5 Saabs and I don't really worry about which one makes it to 400,000. I just wanna stay away from the rat race of buying something new for $ 40,000 and basically giving it away 4 years later, and I never wanna be buying something cheap then pouring $$$$$ into it only to give up the ghost 15 months later. The cool spot is in the middle, or can be.