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1993 Loyale with ONLY 9k miles!!

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volume knob is missing for the radio... :Flame:

 

seriously tho - that is one clean Loyale!

 

note they say it is for sale on thier lot for the low, no haggle price of $6200.

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Ran a VIN check on that, mileage does check out. Looks like it lived in southern NY, then went to Philly in auction. One owner. MAN that car looks nice.

 

The clock in my GL works too, I heard all these clock problems but mine is fine. heh.

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That was how mine looked when I bought it new in 1994! Those were the days.:banana:

 

Still, even though it has low miles, every rubber bit is almost 20 years old. Hoses, seals and such don't last forever.

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...The clock in my GL works too, I heard all these clock problems but mine is fine. heh.

 

Well... I've never had problem with Mine, which are Amber.

 

Nice Subaru, Looks Like New, and yes, the Rubbers and Hoses would need to be Replaced, despite their Mileage, That includes somehow the Timing Belts; Because they become Dry with Age and could Fail.

 

Kind Regards.

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I can't believe how glossy the paint is.

 

And you guys are such downers... old plastic bits and a missing radio knob? Let's go see what's wrong with yours, lol!

 

Somebody bid the thing to over $1000, so I'm out! :drunk:

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Do all Loyales not have a volt or oil pressure gauge?

 

Most of them I've seen DO have the volt/oil pressure gauges. Guess that makes this one even MORE rare.... :lol:

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Also has the lovely automatic seatbelts. Nothing else screams early 90's more than those contraptions!

 

My 89GL HAD those. Stupid things, they weren't even broken, and I ditched them.

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It is missing the original hubcaps too. Those aren't the rims that came with it new.

 

ya, 9k miles and how many of them were geriatric curb rash miles lol

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Also has the lovely automatic seatbelts. Nothing else screams early 90's more than those contraptions!

 

Ah yes. Mine occasionally act as if they are possessed, pausing for a bit then starting back up.

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Ah yes. Mine occasionally act as if they are possessed, pausing for a bit then starting back up.

 

You can buy my old assemblies and computer ... they work fine.

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