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Old 09-01-2004, 10:15 PM   #17
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I think we used a 10,000 mile per year as the criteria on the daily driver, but am not sure. That means if you averaged over 10K a year then you could be in the daily driver class. Again, I cannot remember for sure but I guess we need to write it down on paper.

I also think we need to breakout the 03/04 classes. One separate one for 2003 Cobras and one for 2004 Cobras as that class always has a lot of cars in it.

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