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Old 03-16-17, 02:11 PM
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WA FD for Test Drive in Seattle Area

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I'm considering adding a FD to my collection. The cars I'm considering are not local to the Seattle area and before I jump on a plane and fly to where these cars are located I'd like to drive a local FD just to be sure it's what I want, and also an experience to gage what I'm going to buy from what I know by the test drive. Seattle area FD owners who would like to help please PM me. Thanks,

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Old 03-16-17, 02:31 PM
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There is one at a dealership in Seattle. Just go test drive it.
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Old 03-16-17, 02:57 PM
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That's probably your best shot actually.
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Oh. THIS question again. :P

Come to Michigan and you can drive mine. Others are going to roast you for breathing on their car wrong... let alone driving it.
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Oh. THIS question again. :P

Come to Michigan and you can drive mine. Others are going to roast you for breathing on their car wrong... let alone driving it.
I swear every few months someone asks, and they get the same exact response.

With that said If you come to Colorado Ill let you drive my FD... after you sign a contract (notarized) stating that you will pay for any damages caused to the car and a refundable deposit of 500$
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Well, I didn't know this was such a common question. If your talking about the one in Auburn, its an automatic and a pos. The car I'm considering is a 5 speed. I just was trying to see if there was local help in this community. I'll stay on the SA side of this forum after this.
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Well, I didn't know this was such a common question. If your talking about the one in Auburn, its an automatic and a pos. The car I'm considering is a 5 speed. I just was trying to see if there was local help in this community. I'll stay on the SA side of this forum after this.
Lol. You got off easy. Try in the NW regional section, you'll probably have better luck.
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You can drive mine but theres no engine in it so you have to pretend.
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You may find a better audience in the NW section. Thread moved.
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