I don't think there is a hard and fast rule for what should be considered "delivery miles" although in my mind most delivery mileage cars have under 100 miles on the odometer. Is 193 crazy low mileage ? Absolutely unequivocally it is extremely low mileage. Maybe anything under 200 miles on the odometer should be labeled delivery mileage. The reason I didn't point out the F of Seattle GTO in this US spec GTO thread has nothing to do with the mileage. Rather, it is because the F of Seattle GTO is not a US spec GTO and is originally a Canadian sourced GTO (at least according to car fax). Whether it is a plus that a GTO is originally sourced as US spec and not converted from someplace else to US spec is subject to debate. Ultimately, a converted Canadian car is truly a duplicate of a US spec GTO, but years down the road whether the GTO was originally US spec (or not) might adversely affect its value). I was just trying to keep the thread on US spec cars. I think a good example of this is by looking at the value of the 200 or so US spec F40's vs. 1100+ ROW F40's. The US spec F40's command a premium to US purchasers. Not commenting on which car is better (most say the lighter non-cat non-trick suspension Euro F40's are the best) just pointing out that to a US buyer a US specced GTO will have the advantage. Obviously if you are in a place like Europe a US spec GTO might be a disadvantage as things like the seats or roll cage are different (to wit, the US spec car has no Euro racing seats and no roll cage). This is what happens when you ask a lawyer a yes or no question - lol.