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    New guy here in Tulsa

    Hello South Central!

    I just picked up the first car I have bought on my own. A WRB 2014 Hatchback. Its a base model which is perfectly fine with me. I have wanted a WRX since I sat in an 04 at an auto show in OKC when I was in High School.

    I live in Tulsa right now for work, and I'm wondering if there are any other Tulsa members here.

    Also, what cool events go on in the region that I should look into?
    - David
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    - '69 Chevy C-10 (HS project with dad - still have it)
    - '14 2.5L WRX Hatchback WRB aka "Sonic"
    "If you can do something about it, then why worry; if you can't do anything about it, then why worry?" - Buddhist Philosophy

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    From tulsa right here, I believe I saw yours on Friday night.

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    Oh really? Where do you think you saw me?
    - David
    Tulsa, OK
    - '69 Chevy C-10 (HS project with dad - still have it)
    - '14 2.5L WRX Hatchback WRB aka "Sonic"
    "If you can do something about it, then why worry; if you can't do anything about it, then why worry?" - Buddhist Philosophy

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    Down on memorial. Maybe it wasn't you haha but it was a brand new WRB hatch 😅

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    Yeah that must have been an imposter!

    I was out and about, but not on memorial.
    - David
    Tulsa, OK
    - '69 Chevy C-10 (HS project with dad - still have it)
    - '14 2.5L WRX Hatchback WRB aka "Sonic"
    "If you can do something about it, then why worry; if you can't do anything about it, then why worry?" - Buddhist Philosophy

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    Yeahh I guess so haha. I don't know any other owners I just bought mine right before the new year and I'm gonna be leaving for bootcamp march 24th so I won't be around much longer.

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    Well godspeed my friend, bootcamp sounds like a bioch. Thanks for responding. Its looking like soon i'll be the only tulsan here! lol.
    - David
    Tulsa, OK
    - '69 Chevy C-10 (HS project with dad - still have it)
    - '14 2.5L WRX Hatchback WRB aka "Sonic"
    "If you can do something about it, then why worry; if you can't do anything about it, then why worry?" - Buddhist Philosophy

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    Here's another new WRX owner from Tulsa! I just bought my first Subaru, it's not new, but it's new to me

    I've got an 03 WRX Wagon, Sonic Yellow, looking pretty stock, aside from rims.

    I don't really know of many hangouts in the area, I know there's a hangout at Fuddruckers on Tuesdays, and I've been seeing cars on Saturday or Sunday afternoons in a closed grocery store parking lot near 71st and N 23rd (County Line).

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    Cool, thanks for the info! I drove by a house right off 71st, just west of memorial today and saw two mid 2000s WRXs. So i know they are around. What do you do man? are you a native Tulsan?
    - David
    Tulsa, OK
    - '69 Chevy C-10 (HS project with dad - still have it)
    - '14 2.5L WRX Hatchback WRB aka "Sonic"
    "If you can do something about it, then why worry; if you can't do anything about it, then why worry?" - Buddhist Philosophy

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    I've not seen too many, but I've only been watching for them for 2 weeks..

    I'm not a native Tulsan, moved here about 7 years ago from Philadelphia area, to teach for a Wrap Training class. Now I'm a full time wrap designer/printer/installer.

    What about you?

    Oh, and I think that Fuddruckers meet I mentioned may be on Thursdays, not Tuesdays?

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    Oh that is a cool job man! Pennsyvania eh? I bet thats a pretty cool place to grow up. I hope you are liking oklahoma. I'm originally from OKC, but I have lived in stillwater and tulsa for multiple years.

    Is it the Fuddruckers on 71st and hwy 64? I live in that part of town, I'll have to check it out sometime.
    - David
    Tulsa, OK
    - '69 Chevy C-10 (HS project with dad - still have it)
    - '14 2.5L WRX Hatchback WRB aka "Sonic"
    "If you can do something about it, then why worry; if you can't do anything about it, then why worry?" - Buddhist Philosophy

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