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..... as the world turns ......That was a factor in their consideration along with social media influencing capabilities. There were certainly owners who were chosen due to their personal relationship with Ford and Ford products who weren't subjected to that level of scrutiny.
To this point, a buddy of mine has 5 cars in his "collection". He tries to drive each of them about 1 month of the summer a year from roughly May to October. As much as we hound him for not driving them enough, he does get them out for a combined 5,000 to 6,000 kms / year, + /- . (3 to 5k miles), which means, on average, 1000 miles each. Some he will do more on...depending. He can't really drive them for work (image), so he has to carve out that time. Its a good problem to have, but he actually does try to drive them. Unless you're retired or not working, it is tough to make that time.2. I've seen and heard of so many stories where original owners are indeed driving and enjoying the cars.. There will ALWAYS be a certain percentage of owners who don't, and there will always be an absurd debate going on regarding "how much" driving is "enough" driving... Which is moronic IMHO.. Most buyers of half-million dollar cars have multiple cars, and if they manage to put 1,000 miles per-year on their Ford GT, well, that's pretty damn good dedication. I'd call that enjoying the car. There are plenty of new GT500's purchased that also never get driven much. Big deal... There's enough to go around.