Is my Volkswagen Golf's 257,000-mile-old clutch a record?

I drive a 2002 Volkswagen Golf TDi PD. It's quite an old car, but it suits me. I have done 257,000 miles and its still on the original clutch. Would this be a record?

Asked on 14 December 2013 by RM, Banbridge,

Answered by Honest John
If it isn't a record it is close to one. Well done.
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