Oh I forgot, pics... We need pictures. I'm betting money its factory red.
Sorry to dash your hopes, good sir. . .
Thus far, the car has proven to be a good car. A simple battery terminal replace made the thing sound a lot healthier than it did. There's a few maintenance things I need to do - a quick oil change, maybe flush the transmission and diff, but all things being equal, I'm feeling confident I'll be able to take H Stock. Of course, I can't change springs and stay in stock. Not cool.
I have a line on those super hard to find Peugeot 505 Turbo wheels, which will allow me to drop set of StarSpecs on it, giving me some extra grip. I also need to drop a good amount of money on a decent alignment. . .I put it on the alignment rack at school, and I don't think I've ever seen so much red in my life.
This won't be the first Loyale I've run in my life, though - My mother, actually, had a 1985 Subaru GL way back in the day; apparently that was the car I was driven home in when I was born. And once I got my license, it was my main mode of transportation. Five speed with a carb. The gutless wonder, as it were.
This car seems to be treating me fairly well. She'll rev well and won't sputter or spit at me about it, Turns pretty well, too, for all the rear toe. . and excessive front caster. . .and rear camber. . .Well, you get the idea.
Anyway, I was just trying to get an idea of what sort of things I could do with it. Word has it I'll be outclassed by an Audi A4 in G Stock, but we'll see if I've still got what it takes to storm a class. . .
Edited by Arghetlam, 06 March 2014 - 11:05 PM.