most of us enjoy driving our performance cars, but from what i see most of those cars are weekend toys and not used as daily transportation by the vast majority of people that own real performance cars. I've often wondered how many guys know, record, and keep track of your yearly performance cars mileage? I was recently talking with a friend who is very well off financially who owns both an original 1969 KR500 Shelby mustang, and a outstanding quality replica BBF 460 powered A.C.COBRA, that hes had better heads, increased compression, and a roller cam installed in.(he says it has 500hp/500 ft lbs ) I asked him how much actual time and mileage he puts on either car and as I expected, he stated the KR500 has not been on the road for several years as its too damn valuable, to risk wrecking, and hes put less than an average of 700-800 miles a year on the cobra replica, visiting car shows and getting out on weekend drives.... mostly because hes a bit paranoid about parking the car and leaving it un- attended, even with it very well insured. Now after talking with several guys who own exceptionally nice performance cars I find thats hardly a rare attitude. I generally put less than 1200 miles a year on my 1996 corvette and even less on my 1985 corvette! so how many miles do you gentlemen put on your cars in actual street mileage?