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Old 02-24-2009, 07:28 PM   #1
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Washington hobbiest Stand united

Was just emailed this from a camaro club member who for several years was involved in the WCCC which helped protect some of the hobbiest.

Please call the Washington State Legislative Hot line at 1-800-562-6000 as soon as you can and the them that you support Senate Bill 5246. When you call, have every member of your household register their support.

It’s EXTREMLY important that you call right away and help get this bill moved forward.

Senate Bill 5246 will…

Prohibits, under certain conditions, a local government
from enacting, enforcing, or maintaining an ordinance,
development regulation, zoning regulation, or official
control, policy, or administrative practice that prohibits the
hobby of collecting and restoring motor vehicles.


Plus there is this one
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SAN alert - Washingtonians take a look

For those of you who have classic muscle cars like I do, this isn't cool. I don't have emissions testing here, but some of those cars could be brought back to life or used as parts cars instead of being crushed....

Washington State Introduces Bill to Implement Vehicle Scrappage Program
On the heels of the defeat of a U.S. Congressional proposal to create a national cash for clunkers program, a bill (H.B. 2059) has been introduced in the Washington State Legislature that would implement a vehicle scrappage program for passenger vehicles more than 15-years old that are not emissions-compliant. Under the bill, qualifying vehicles would have to be registered for a 24-month period and be in satisfactory operating condition. Replacement vehicles purchased under the plan would be required to have an EPA highway gasoline mileage rating of at least 30 mpg. Participants in the program would be granted a sales tax exemption for the first $2,000 of tax paid on the purchase price. ALL trade-in vehicles would be destroyed, regardless of their historical value or collector interest. If this effort is successful, hobbyists could be denied the availability of vintage cars and parts for restoration projects.
We Urge You to Contact Members of the Washington House Finance Committee (List Below) Immediately to Request Their Opposition to H.B. 2059

H.B. 2059 represents an attempt by Washington State lawmakers to dust off a tired, flawed and ineffective proposal that was recently rejected by the U.S. Congress.
H.B. 2059 ignores the fact that all scrappage programs hold the potential for enthusiasts to lose a valuable source of rare parts for vehicle restoration projects.
H.B. 2059 is unfair to the low-income vehicle owners, many of whom depend on the low-cost transportation that older cars provide and on parts available from older cars in order to maintain their own vehicles.
H.B. 2059 ignores the fact that scrappage programs are difficult to police and subject to fraud.
H.B. 2059 ignores studies that show that most cars scrapped are infrequently or never used second or third vehicles.
H.B. 2059 ignores the fact that older cars are rarely driven, generally well-maintained and not a good or cost-effective source of emissions reductions.
H.B. 2059 will do little to improve air quality which is directly connected to overall basic vehicle maintenance.
H.B. 2059's focus on the fuel mileage of newly purchased vehicles will likely result in increased sales of foreign nameplates and not domestic brands.
H.B. 2059 ignores the fact that the new $787 billion federal economic stimulus law already allows consumers to take a federal deduction for State and local sales/excise taxes paid on the purchase of a new car through 2009. For a family earning $250,000, it would save about $600 on a new $35,000 car.
Please contact members of the Washington House Finance Committee by phone, fax or e-mail to urge their opposition to H.B. 2059.

Please e-mail a copy of your letter to Steve McDonald at Thank you for your assistance.
Washington State House Committee on Finance
Representative Ross Hunter – Chair
Phone: 360/786-7936
Representative Bob Hasegawa
Phone: 360/786-7862
Representative Ed Orcutt
Phone: 360/786-7812
Representative Kevin Parker
Phone: 360/786-7922
Representative Cary Condotta
Phone: 360/786-7954
Representative Steve Conway
Phone: 360/786-7906
Representative Mark Ericks
Phone: 360/786-7900
Representative Sharon Tomiko Santos
Phone: 360/786-7944
Representative Larry Springer
Phone: 360/786-7822
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Cars are like women, If you treat her rough shes going to complain & you will hear about it. If you treat her right she will purrrrrrrrrrrrr
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