My first car (a 1980 toyota) had 350K+ on it (can't recall, but it may have been 380). I gave it up in 1996/97 and it was still running perfectly (with a couple o' rad leak problems).
My current car (a 1996 toyota) has 250K and though it burns/leaks through a completely full engine of oil every 2K, it still passes drivesafe with FLYING colours (go figure). Jean-Luc (Paseo) still has a good 80-100K left in 'im.
my piece of crap, aptly named 'prudence' by my ex on a trip thru quebec, cuz she doesn't do anything quickly, is currently sitting at 200,010 kms. just flipped over to 2 this morning on my way to work.
she's a 1992 hyundai. which means she is long past her 'best before' date, and is in the unenviable position of slowly breaking in half.
the '89 sportster has unknown mileage, as i pulled the speedo off in mebbe '95 to make the bike look tougher.
the top-end was redone in '02, so the engine should have another 60 before a re-build.
i think mileage would be around 60k?
the new '78 yamaha xs650 has 34k, but she has her quirks.
today the shifter started acting up, and i am suspicious of those clattering tappets..
she always sounds terminal, but you have to be somewhat more forgiving to a 28 year old bike.
and she is still so ugly, and that speedo is not going to be there much longer.