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#1 peacewize


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Posted 05 June 2013 - 02:58 PM

As my parts list for my EJ swap get fewer and fewer, I find myself taking every opportunity to push my stock components.I had my friend take this picture a few days ago in Moses Lake. Nothing motivates me to finish my project more then seeing these machines in action. Weather stock or fully built, post your favorite action shots of your car.

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Posted 07 June 2013 - 12:24 AM

Wow so no one drives their cars or what?

#3 AKghandi


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Posted 07 June 2013 - 12:40 AM

theres already a couple threads for this.. but i will ad some as soon as i can. i never have a cameraman when i go mud flinging.

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Posted 07 June 2013 - 12:40 PM

Ice track racing my stock 85 GL = FUN :D


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#5 el_freddo


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Posted 15 June 2013 - 10:13 AM

I hope this helps things along ;)










And before a few of the above pics - is this offroad enough for you??



Love my subi - Ruby Scoo, but we've not been out enough this year due to work mainly - oh, and living in an un-interesting flat country doesn't help!



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Posted 15 June 2013 - 11:30 AM

Well, I posted these in the awesome photo thread, but they're my only ones. I have to waste at least $20 in fuel going to any offroading spot, so I don't get out much, haha. Those fog lights you gave me in December are still holding up nicely.  :) Although, coming down the hill in the first picture, it ripped off one light. I found it again and put it back on, haha.






Then of course, you and I at the Christmas tree run last year:










This was about half a week after I bought my car. Got her this dirty just from the school parking lot:




Here are some shots of my old EA81. This was the first time I took her off the street, and into the snow:










She later died not too long after that. Without a job and money, I was unable to fix her.  :( But as you can tell, she wasn't in the best of shape anyways. Just wish I was on this site more often back then and I could have parted her out for you guys.


I believe this thread could also mean other things than just offroading pictures. Like, anything you use your Subie for, what it's built for, showing their durability and versatility, etc. Examples:


Using my roof rack to carry a long piece of metal flashing:




The day that I brought my D/R tranny home. She is currently in my Loyale and driving nice, along with the new clutch kit and flywheel I installed.  :)




Sleeping in the back between classes:



Edited by jj421, 15 June 2013 - 11:36 AM.

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