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#1 HillbillyLes

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Posted 05 March 2005 - 04:21 AM

I keep seeing this white 3-door (fastback) RX going south into Columbia (MO) as I'm headed back north on Hwy 63. I wasn't sure whether it was an RX or just a 3 door coupe...I saw it today at the stop light across from me and it's an RX. Due to not being interested in wrecking my (sold) wagon in traffic, I wasn't able to get a really good look but if it had any rust on the driver's side it was very minimal. I did fail to get any ID such as lic #. though. Where I saw it this time, narrows down his destination, though. As soon as I get the chance to go to Columbia to do some roaming, I may try to find it's daytime hideout.

Speaking of my sold wagon, the guy is supposed to fly in from Oregon this Wed....then, I'll be afoot.

Maybe some of y'all Oregonians will soon see it out on the road or on a trail...


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