2 Subaru owner here, Liked the first one so much that we bought a second. So a '99 Forester has joined our '95 Outback in the stable today. The Forester has a few issues that can be easily remedied with the search function and a printer, and she came from a county with emissions testing so that cuts down on the problems a bit. In my pic the Outback is getting a completely new exhaust system, which is why she's up in the air a bit. Both cars have the 5 speed manual which is fine for us but drives our 16yr old nuts. Hopefully I'll be able to contribute to the boards.
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Greetings from Ohio
Posted 11 February 2013 - 03:15 PM
Welcome aboard! We just made a lot of upgrades to our site and there are many more to come, hope you can stick around for awhile. 5 speed is the ONLY way to go IMO, drives my wife nuts, though.
I have one old Subaru that is a project car, and you'll find a lot more knowledgeable and interesting people around here that love all things Subaru.
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