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Goodbye old friend...

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About to go out and drink a beer with my silver "RX" coupe. Bought it for $100 in Wyoming as a FWD 3AT, converted it to a RX dual range 5-speed, 5-lug conversion, different engine, STi front seats, LSD rear end, and so much more. Then moved to Washington and drove it like I stole it.

 

Finally has been stripped after a failed EJ22t swap to a shell. Nothing is really left except a black RX hatch with some rust, some glass and some nasty RX interior.

 

Here's the webshots album of it when I first bought it to almost now.

http://rides.webshots.com/album/555167621jgSQVh

 

So much time, sweat, tears and blood were shed during the build of this car. Sad to see her leave but it was a good run....

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I'm sorry. i don't know how i will be when Blu leaves on the flatbed soon...

 

Sometimes simple cars make our best freinds.

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when one project is over that just leaves more space for the next one!

I am sure that your next project will turn out to be more fun than this one has been.:cool:

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Yeah it's always sad to see an old friend go away... I had a '96 Outback with King springs that I wrecked. All I could do was instantly accept that it was gone forever and move on to better things, like my '84 coupe!!! Not exactly "bigger", but in alot of ways better. Let your heart guide you... I let my brain talk me into getting the Outback which was a great car, but nothing like the older gen roos. I'm happier with my coupe, even if it is giving me fits.:-p

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