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    The Lancer is Gone....

    ...thank christ! About bloody time!

    So it's been replaced by this:



    91 Subaru L-series Sportswagon. 320,000km, but it's in immaculate condition. Only cost $2200 plus $600 for 12 months rego.

    Though this isn't the exciting bit, that's coming Thursday
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    Those graphics must add at least 20 bhp!
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    320.000 km ? wow, why not something with a bit less ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wouter Melissen
    Those graphics must add at least 20 bhp!
    Yep, and the roof racks add extra downforce in traffic

    Quote Originally Posted by Lagonda
    320.000 km ? wow, why not something with a bit less ?
    1) It was cheap 2) It's in immaculate condition 3) Again, cheap 4) These old Subaru's go forever anyway 5) Come Thursday, it won't really be driven that much other than rainy/freezing cold days and when I need to cart stuff around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lagonda
    320.000 km ? wow, why not something with a bit less ?
    what?! that's barely run in.
    looks funky dude
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    my old crazy neighbour had one of those...
    what bike is coming on thursday?
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    Congratulations 2ndclasscitizen.

    We'll see if my 1982 Honda Civic or your 91 Subaru L-series Sportswagon lasts longer.

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    How about my 91 silvia? though technically i SHOULD outlast you two, seeing as its just had a rebuild...
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    Ooooh. I can't wait for the exciting Bit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey
    what?! that's barely run in.
    looks funky dude
    Are you serious ?

    Sure, they are reliable. But I would never ever think of buying a car with 320k on the clock. A diesel maybe, but surely not a petrol engine.

    But then again, 2200AUD is cheap indeed and if you don't drive a lot it could work out very well.

    It doesn't seem to be a daily driver either

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ndclasscitizen
    ...thank christ! About bloody time!

    So it's been replaced by this:



    91 Subaru L-series Sportswagon. 320,000km, but it's in immaculate condition. Only cost $2200 plus $600 for 12 months rego.

    Though this isn't the exciting bit, that's coming Thursday
    ahhhhhhhhhhh that's a girls car lol only joking i know a couple that had one.
    Try swap it for the VYII

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    13" inside-out wellers ftw!

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    i like that car way more tha i should.... im seeing some rallye lights and some dirt tires
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    There's some good ground clearance, it looks like a fun car to take out at 3 in the morning on a snow day and test out donuts in an abandoned parking lot.
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    It looks very clean for a 320.000km car...
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