I'm often amused by comments that Commodores have too many kilometres on them when somebody asks if they are worth the price being asked. Another thread here has a VY II with 180k and an asking price of $9900, and the comment is that it is overpriced because of the distance travelled. So, how many k's are too many? What sort of k's on a Commodore would stop you from buying it, even if the price was good? I realise that this is a very open question, because 100k on a VT would be low distance, but the same on a VE would be reasonably high, so keep in mind the relative age of the car when commenting. I purchased a VR Berlina in 1998 with 179k on it. It was reasonably cheap, but the distance was very high for its age. Despite this, I sold it four years later with over 335k on it and it had been very reliable and given excellent service during that time. The bloke who bought it got a great car for 3 grand. From that experience, high k's on a car don't really worry me if the price is really right.