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Old 03-25-2017, 09:56 PM   #1
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Hey all,
From Surrey area, pretty new in the car scene as I am a high school senior. Took an auto class last yr liked working on cars and been slowly expanding. As its the final few months I would love to get a somewhat workable/fixable car for the summer before my foundations of an apprenticeship program at BCIT in September. Currently I am looking at VW Mk1/Mk2 Gti's, but would like other car suggestions with a 5 grand budget. Still uncertain on my budget and it solely depends on the remaining portion after I pay my tuition in full.
Thanks for having me btw .
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