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Well after doing lots of research and meeting great people, I finally got my white sand. Huge thanks to LORMAX, for helping me out. You're awesome and my new best friend;) He also told me I got pretty lucky with mine because it was one of six that they tweaked, like sound insulating, super quiet. They used those cars for marketing purposes.

Said goodbye to my Jag, it was an awesome ride, but you're always thirsty.

 

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Well after doing lots of research and meeting great people, I finally got my white sand. Huge thanks to LORMAX, for helping me out. You're awesome and my new best friend;) He also told me I got pretty lucky with mine because it was one of six that they tweaked, like sound insulating, super quiet. They used those cars for marketing purposes.

Said goodbye to my Jag, it was an awesome ride, but you're always thirsty.

Welcome to the club nice chic :)

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Congrats on that great looking Karma! I also said goodbye to my aging, thirsty Jag and several thousand dollars of annual fuel and repair costs. After 7 months, my Karma added about $20-$30/month to my electric bill, burned $40 worth of fuel, and cost me $200 to repair some curb rash.
 

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Congrats on that great looking Karma! I also said goodbye to my aging, thirsty Jag and several thousand dollars of annual fuel and repair costs. After 7 months, my Karma added about $20-$30/month to my electric bill, burned $40 worth of fuel, and cost me $200 to repair some curb rash.

Awesome Ira. Thanks
 

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Congrats and welcome! We should plan a SoCal get-together in October with all the new owners and the old timers like me.
 
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