Man’s Car Hits 1 Million Miles

October 25, 2011 by staff 

Man's Car Hits 1 Million MilesMan’s Car Hits 1 Million Miles, A man from Maine 1990 Honda Accord has surpassed 1 million miles – the first Japanese manufacturer famous model, according to the Portland Press Herald. Joe LoCicero honest Honda owner, 53 years, the city of Norway, with a surprise party in Saco October 23 and gave a new Agreement of 2012.

LoCicero, now known as “Joe million kilometers,” thanks to a publicity campaign about the feat, marched his trusty set of wheels on Main Street in the city with a band and varsity cheerleaders. The odometer of the car, called “True Blue” because of its faded blue exterior, was the seven digits of the previous Thursday, October 20.

“If you listen carefully, it’s getting old,” LoCicero said. “But there has been an incredible journey.”

The model 1990 left the assembly line in Marysville, Ohio. LoCicero, a master auto technician, bought the car in 1996 with 74,000 miles on it, traveling around the northeast of the inspection of vehicles for warranty claims and lease terms.

A group of cars they learned of his impending milestone in August 2010, when the car had 938,000 miles plus. He informed the Honda ad agency that created a website, to document the record comes. The reference point is the equivalent of driving around the earth 40 times.

As for the fate of “True Blue” now has a new agreement LoCicero, 2012, the owner said he has diligently tried to sell to car dealers, but no buyers.

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