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Just had a guy I know send me this picture, it belongs to someone he went to school with. He's obviously a vey accomplished welder & I can see the effort he has gone to. I hate it though. He has some nice wheels though.

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What is the idea of having twin snorkels in front?   :confused: 

 

Those Huge rear Exhaust pipes' Heat will burn out the surrounding paint, unless they're fake...

 

It is not criticism only, but I don't understand how the Driver will safely drive with the Huge "Thing" in the hood ...  :o ... Recently I had to drive a Wedding car and the Huge ornament in front was obstructing the visibility enough to be Unsafe.

 

Kind Regards.

Edited by Loyale 2.7 Turbo

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looks like my grandma's old car! that thing ran for 375k miles without any maintenance! not even an oil change! yes i know, terrible way to treat a subaru... but still a testament to their quality :grin:

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Just got it running. I have to keep it streetable as it's the new family car (single dad of two girls), but the looks will change.

 

 

 

Planning a lift, better tires, roof rack with lights and tube bumpers. basically a street and trail car for camping excursions, trips to less accessible coves at lake mead etc. not going too big unless I do an EJ swap. It has to make it around town daily first and foremost.

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Yep, you're Right... I only repeated what the ad said.

 

Long years ago I had the opportunity here in Honduras, to ride in a FF1 coupe; it belonged to a Friend's dad, by the way, it had front "inboard" disc brakes... It was sold to some guy in Nicaragua and we never saw it again...

 

The old thing felt pretty fast for its age... and the Steerin' wheel felt enormous for actual standards, I believe the Oversize was to compensate the lack of power assistance.

 

Kind Regards.

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I've had a bit of free time today, so I decided to start refurbishing the old posts of mine that have lost the pictures.

Three pages done so far, except for the posts that I don't remember what I posted lol.

If there are any concerns or requests for posts you would like edited sooner, just shoot me a PM.

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