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Bruce is right. Plus you can get the same if your (archive)

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Posted by Ran on March 03, 1999 at 14:25:35:

In Reply to: Has anyone done the Ultimate drive for Cancer? posted by Gilbert on March 03, 1999 at 11:37:14:

Bruce is right. Plus, you can get the same kind of drive if you just get a good dealer. Almost every dealer I have been to (just 3 - lexus (no not for lexus but for a used M3), BMW and Volvo), I got to test drive for as long as I like without anyone babysitting me. About 2 yrs back, I had a SAAB rep drive to my house and give me and my wife a car for an hour or more but that was a special program I think. In any event, my wife even practiced on stick in a demo.

so depends on your dealer. maybe I just live in an area with friendly dealers or whatever but I think it is possible.

: Listed on the BMWNA website. Proceeds go to breast cancer. Free to participants. I was thinking of signing up, but I was wondering if anyone else had done it already. Do they let you drive the car for a while, or is it a little drive around the block. I would really like to get behind the wheel of the Mcoupe and stretch it's legs. I just don't want to be babysat in the car. Does anyone know the answers to these questions?

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