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Found: Rare '89 wagon with high top roof

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#1 edrach


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Posted 09 July 2005 - 12:35 AM

A while back I was talking with someone on the board (I think) who was looking for a rear hatch for a "high top" wagon. I don't remember who it was but I hope he picks up on the title. I was at I-5 Auto Wrecking in Chehalis, WA today looking for Impreza parts and saw a wagon with the roof line raised another 4 inches or so....only the 2nd one I've ever seen. Anyway, if you read this post and are looking for the hatch or other parts unique to this roofline, the car's inventory number is 89-10377. They also had an XT4 in the yard; apparently originally a turbo model but someone had installed a fuel-injected motor in it and stashed the turbo motor in the trunk and then gave up on the project and junked the XT. Supposedly in quite good condition. I don't know anything more about it and I didn't see it while I was wandering through the yard.

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