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#1 TripleJ92

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Posted 28 June 2014 - 01:14 AM

Hello everyone. I've been lurking around the forum for a while. Sadly I don't have a Subaru currently, but I may be in the market soon. I'd be looking for a 4wd Loyale wagon. I've noticed people referring to second and third gen models. Looking at Wikipedia there seems to be an overlay in years built. I would be looking for a 90-94 with the composite headlights. But I notice late 80's wagons have them too, and I'm a little confused on the differences, if any. Any info would be cool.

My current car was hit when some guy tried pulling a u turn in the middle of a busy street, and then he gave me false information. There is a really good chance my car is going to be totaled. If not I still want to get one and get rid of car payments.

My aunt had one growing up and I think that's when I started to like Subarus. Plus here in the Pacific Northwest one out of every car is a Subaru and they do great here in the snow and they are underrated off-road. I also learned to drive stick in a 92? 4wd Justy my dad had. Wish he kept it. You can't find them anywhere now.




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