Nice car. I went through the trouble of bringing back an 86 gl coupe, fwd. Yours is quite a bit less rusty than mine. Looks nice! I hope you keep the car as a 'classic subaru'
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1986 GL Coupe Restoration Project
Posted 19 November 2013 - 03:57 PM
Still have not got the collector plates, have no time or money to work on it
hope someone buys my 92 wagon so I'll have come cash to fix the axles, small body dents, a bit of rust and paint scratches.
I have a dual range and diff, is it worth converting from FWD or should I keep it stock?
130,000 Kilometers, is only 80,778 Miles not bad for a 27 year old car.
I swapped the rear speakers for new, much better sound now.
anyone know how many coupes were produced? how common are they in North America now?
Posted 19 November 2013 - 11:41 PM
Worth it? yes. Youll need a pedal box, clutch/flywheel kit, and a 4wd gas tank though
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