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Hi Don,

lots of 02's and 02'ers in the D/M/V area. wide range of interests from keeping a ratty rust bucket running with no money, to DD's, to track junkies to make it look like new q-tippers. as soon as the road salt clears, we will have a gathering somewhere. everyone is in hiding making their cars faster for the winter....;-)

will keep eye out for car for you. if you have any q's, ask!


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Don't meant to hijack the thread but thought I would introduce myself since this was already started.

New 2002 owner here. Live in Fairfax and work out in Old Town Alexandria. Hopefully you guys will see me rolling around Old Town once I can fix the locks! PO said he never bothered to lock it anyways but I don't want to keep it unlocked!

Hope the weather warms up soon, I wouldn't mind a little networking.


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When I work in our Germantown office, I see this car. It's been there, in the same spot, for YEARS!

"Why would I pay that much money for a 1981 BMW that looks...like a 1981 BMW?" -Charles William Jones, Jr.

1975 Polaris, Sunroof

1976 Malaga

1993 E36 Sedan

1992 Mazda Miata

1998 Volvo V70

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