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In Kalama, WA : 1983 Justy (I think it's a Justy, I'm no good with models other than sw's). Red,  manual trans. Body looks to be in good shape.  Blown head gasket. Owner has title. Wants to sell for scarp but it's too nice looking for that. It's on this Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/longviewkelsoeverythingbutclothes/

The seller is Danielle Anderson Degryse

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It looks older than Loyale.   The wheels and little center covers look like what my 76 and 78 wagons had.  Just called GL or DL depending on the options. 

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It's either a DL or GL hatch, probably around 1981-ish since it has dual beam square headlights.. I hope it finds a home. They are ridiculously easy to work on. Finding parts for them in areas that doesn't have a history of having a large Subaru population can make things harder to find. But since this is Washington, the new owner shouldn't have a problem there. Subarus are everywhere there.

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I’d take that on in a heart beat if it were close enough to me over here! We know of only three in Australia! 

Cheers 

Bennie

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11 hours ago, Sonicfrog said:

It's either a DL or GL hatch, probably around 1981-ish since it has dual beam square headlights.. I hope it finds a home. They are ridiculously easy to work on. Finding parts for them in areas that doesn't have a history of having a large Subaru population can make things harder to find. But since this is Washington, the new owner shouldn't have a problem there. Subarus are everywhere there.

It's an '83.

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I would take it if I had a way to get it from it's location in Kalama WA to my house in WA, which would be a distance of about 15 miles.

 

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I pushed one further than that once, a few decades ago.  Just need 2 experienced drivers.   Depends on how picky law enforcement is about such things I guess also.

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It would have to be on what is probably the biggest, busiest interstate in the U.S., I-5 (goes north-south from British Columbia to Mexico). Pushing would not be an option. 

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Oh, yeah, on that sort of road, not such a great idea.  I had back road  options. 

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