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    Subaru XT / Alcyone / Vortex 1985-1991

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    One very ugly car with a very stupid interior...
    There's one next to my house. The only one I've ever seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McReis
    One very ugly car with a very stupid interior...
    There's one next to my house. The only one I've ever seen.
    Yes, it's ugly, but it is a SUBARU!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smxi
    Yes, it's ugly, but it is a SUBARU!

    Well, I can't remember a Subaru that I really like...
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    Quote Originally Posted by McReis
    Well, I can't remember a Subaru that I really like...
    Careful, I drive one.

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    I'll keep that in mind. The only one I remember driving was an M70 REX. Not a good sample...
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    Quote Originally Posted by McReis
    I'll keep that in mind. The only one I remember driving was an M70 REX. Not a good sample...
    Never heard of it, what is it?

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    The pic on the right:

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    Quote Originally Posted by McReis
    The pic on the left:

    Subaru M70
    Ye, I see your point small car, but you don't compare Honda City or Today to S2000, right? I drive Impreza WRX, hard not to like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smxi
    Ye, I see your point small car, but you don't compare Honda City or Today to S2000, right? I drive Impreza WRX, hard not to like it.

    I was joking, but anyway, the hiper.efficient Turbo 4wd's are not my cup of tea. I like nimble, old-fashioned cars...
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    Quote Originally Posted by McReis
    I was joking, but anyway, the hiper.efficient Turbo 4wd's are not my cup of tea. I like nimble, old-fashioned cars...
    Like what? I want to know your taste.

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    Escort MKI RS, Alfa GTA, Alpine A110, Lotus Elan, Mazda MX-5, BMW Z1 and much more. Small, light and elegant cars. On bigger cars, I'd rather have a RWD like an M3 than a Subaru WRX, although probably there are a lot of good reasons not too.
    Things like an old big 635 CSI would make me happy too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McReis
    Escort MKI RS, Alfa GTA, Alpine A110, Lotus Elan, Mazda MX-5, BMW Z1 and much more. Small, light and elegant cars. On bigger cars, I'd rather have a RWD like an M3 than a Subaru WRX, although probably there are a lot of good reasons not too.
    Things like an old big 635 CSI would make me happy too.
    Only drove Miata from your list. No, hard to switch from AWD to anything else, and turbo is very entertaining, fun to drive.

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