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Bought an old xA as a project

Old 03-09-2019, 09:53 AM
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Default Bought an old xA as a project

Been all over the web looking for ideas for my 14 year old xA but not having much luck.
I've gone through a lot of threads on here but seem the xA takes a backseat when it comes to the rest of the Scion family.
hoping I can find a few knowledgeable folks on here to lend some advice. Thanks!
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