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Guest Message by DevFuse

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'78 Brat retired!

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#1 hops


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Posted 20 September 2004 - 08:05 AM

Hey all, my beloved Brat died last week. I was out in LA when 4th gear went out, drove 850 miles home in 3rd. It finally gave me a reason to fix up my '80 Brat. Over the weekend I swapped the exhaust, fuel tank, rear drive shafts, and some other small minor stuff overfrom the '78. The '80 has 61,000 miles on it and looks reasonably clean on the outside, and mint inside. Over the next few weeks I will fine tune more stuff, including the addition of my weber. There are a few parts that I'm missing. I need both inside door panels, steering wheel center and an ashtray, blue and clean.


#2 Sweet82


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Posted 20 September 2004 - 12:50 PM

Old Subarus never retire they just spread there parts around:D

Your 78 will live on!

Good luck on the transfer!
82 Subaru--parts are now on both coasts!--and the SubaruHummer lives on!
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