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#101 Dr. RX

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Posted 25 January 2005 - 06:16 PM

they used factory white wagons. All the color was through decals. My set came from a Subaru office somewhere near the mountains, and were supposedly a prototype set...

There are some sights where you can get new US Ski Team decals, but have not seen anything for the older ones.....

I have talked with a rep from the USSA and he said there were hundreds of the Ski Wagons over the years, but when they sold the older ones at auctions, they normally stripped off the decals. Mine slipped through the cracks somehow....

So Mic, are you going to make reproductions?

#102 VaporTrail

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Posted 25 January 2005 - 08:55 PM

So Mic, are you going to make reproductions?


I'd like to, but I don't have a big enough vinyl cutter....

the originals were screen printed, then cut (similar to the Brat Targa stripes)

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Posted 26 January 2005 - 11:23 PM

Photos have been posted of the 1400 DL! :D

http://www.ultimates...ad.php?p=234222

Cheers,

Ryan

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Posted 27 January 2005 - 07:59 AM

Photos have been posted of the 1400 DL! :D

http://www.ultimates...ad.php?p=234222

Cheers,

Ryan

Is that a diamond in the rough or what???

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Posted 27 January 2005 - 03:36 PM

Man, y'all should check out Mr. Radon's XT6 that he's basically rebuilding from the ground up (even rebuilt the entire wiring harnesses, etc.!!!)... The guy's a genius and awesome when it comes to this stuff. His car was outfitted by the previous owner to run the AlCan5000 but never did, then when he bought it he decided it never would have survived the race, so he decided to build it up to do so.

Well, He's done a lot to it and is probably going to do more but let's just say it would have been PERFECT for this project. Here's a link to a thread with some photos.

Also, one of the XT6.net members from Australia was asking recently about any information that anyone might have on a particular rally that an XT (aka, "Vortex" down under) was leading until it busted a radiator or something. He said that it was the only small car running amongst a ton of serious off road vehicles, and it was leading the pack. Man I'd love to get some info on that event if anyone knows anything.

Anyway, Mr. Radon lives out in Washington and would probably warrant a story unto himself. :)




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