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    Sad to get out of the festiva game. I sold it to someone on the forum. Let it go hella cheap since it needs a little more work N glad to see it go to someone with the festiva passion.

    I first bought this car using it to get around, no intentions of actually investing money into her. Before i picked it up i searched online at photos & came across Team Lightning's festiva on google image. Seeing the ford ranger setup got me hooked. Months later when i was able to get my drivers license reinstated i started throwing money at her. Tach mod, ranger headlight swap, spoiler add on, ect.. Then came rebuilding the suspension. Having plans for the motor swap/wheel swap down the road.

    Now being married, having a kid & looking to buy a house next year my wife & i talked about our financial situation & decided that i layoff on the project for awhile. I started thinking that maybe this project wouldnt work. I could keep it & drive it & fix what only needs to get fixed or park it while having the intentions of getting to it years down the road. I didn't want to be that guy with a stalled project & not knowing when i'd get to it. That's when i finally decided to quit the project 2 weeks later, sell it as is or part out. Texted someone whos name i wont drop that i was parting her out. He pulled the trigger & bought the car.

    Its funny wierd how people get into the festiva craze. I myself fell in love with mine, & became festiva addicted. I wanted to thank everyone who has helped me for parts or advice. This forum is filled with smart people. I wouldn't have been able to know everything i now know without ff.com



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    Good luck and hope to see you back here!
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      Originally posted by Ninjawimps View Post
      Sad to get out of the festiva game. I sold it to someone on the forum. Let it go hella cheap since it needs a little more work N glad to see it go to someone with the festiva passion.

      I first bought this car using it to get around, no intentions of actually investing money into her. Before i picked it up i searched online at photos & came across Team Lightning's festiva on google image. Seeing the ford ranger setup got me hooked. Months later when i was able to get my drivers license reinstated i started throwing money at her. Tach mod, ranger headlight swap, spoiler add on, ect.. Then came rebuilding the suspension. Having plans for the motor swap/wheel swap down the road.

      Now being married, having a kid & looking to buy a house next year my wife & i talked about our financial situation & decided that i layoff on the project for awhile. I started thinking that maybe this project wouldnt work. I could keep it & drive it & fix what only needs to get fixed or park it while having the intentions of getting to it years down the road. I didn't want to be that guy with a stalled project & not knowing when i'd get to it. That's when i finally decided to quit the project 2 weeks later, sell it as is or part out. Texted someone whos name i wont drop that i was parting her out. He pulled the trigger & bought the car.

      Its funny wierd how people get into the festiva craze. I myself fell in love with mine, & became festiva addicted. I wanted to thank everyone who has helped me for parts or advice. This forum is filled with smart people. I wouldn't have been able to know everything i now know without ff.com



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