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Hello from Sweden

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#1 Thamaz



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Posted 18 March 2018 - 01:25 PM

Hi Guys!

Bought a Forester 2.0X 2006 almost a year ago. I´m working as entrepreneur and is hauling a boogie horse trailer stuffed with heavy equipment.

My Passat TDI 2003 (stick shift) really didn´t like the load, aspecially when starting uphill, it even began smellinclutch and hot oil and actually consuming oil.

So I looked around and found this lady with 4 speed automatic. I was advised from various hot shots not to get an automatic trannie for this job, but the gal perform superb.

I got military training even with terrain vehicles and I assure U I´ve gone places I never even considered before AND GOT OUT of them :)

I Love this little ol´ lady.

However right now she´s on vacation resting on the lift as there is long service overdue. My old Tiger Tank Volvo 850 has to stand in for the period.

#2 Olnick


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Posted 18 March 2018 - 03:10 PM

Welcome to the USMB.  Yup, hard to beat a Subie!

#3 moosens


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Posted 18 March 2018 - 05:21 PM

Possibly the oldest Subaru in Sweden is sitting in a dealership , a 1976 metal flake brown 2 door sedan. That was mine. Sent to Sweden with only 36,000 miles on it. I think the family name is Phillips. Two of the three sons involved were rally racers in the European series.

Just a little story for you. Enjoy !

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