Another thing to consider. I used to work for a trucking company and saw how they load cars on trucks for delivery. They were loading covettes at the time. Now here in Canada, and I expect the same in the states cause it's still the same company, the people loading the cars are paid by the car, not per hr. The speeds they load those babies is unreal. Full throttle front, hard braking, then full speed in reverse and bing bang in the truck it goes. Cars bouncing everywhere. But these guys had been doing this for awhile and it shows cause they were very good at it. But it goes to show that from the factory to the dealer show room, cars take abuse while in transit. So even if a car has, say, 5 miles on it, 4.2 of those miles could have been done at the red line.