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Old 08-29-2006, 12:11 AM   #1
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Civic VX in Pennsylvania

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Why are there so many Civic VXs in Pennsylvania?
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Aphh!
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Old 08-29-2006, 06:28 AM   #3
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Wow look at the radio in that thing.

I would have guessed that PA would have less because the would have rotted apart in 14 years.
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Is this aphh business going to become a fad?
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I'm missing something what is aphh
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That VX in canada had plates that read "APHH 666"
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And another one in Pennsylvania

This one even gets 37 MPG!

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Hey, thats in my neck of the woods, very close. If anyone is interested, I can check it out for them.
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I just swapped emails with the guy. He is selling because he needs 4WD and is looking for a jeep. I offered to sell him my Outback instead. We will see what happens.

BTW, the reserve is $2000. Not bad at all.
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Do the blue flames represent the lean burn?

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$2K is great for this car...I paid $2800 for my VX 4 years ago!
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