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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Fuel View Post
    That video is great. I'm actually shocked at how easily it started.

    I had to look up where Yellowknife is. Do I have the right place? Wow that's up there!

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    The only reason I've heard of Yellowknife is from that show Ice Road Truckers...
    That's not so bad then, it's only a 12 1/2 hr drive to the nearest dealership.



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    ^ Looks like somebody relocated up north after buying the car.

    Same story of the only Mirage in my little city (the one that got stolen... and recovered!) -- the owner bought it before she knew she was moving. Though it's only 1 hour from the nearest dealer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetroMPG View Post
    ^ Looks like somebody relocated up north after buying the car.

    Same story of the only Mirage in my little city (the one that got stolen... and recovered!) -- the owner bought it before she knew she was moving. Though it's only 1 hour from the nearest dealer.
    You're probably right, it looks like it came from Southside in Edmonton.



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