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beataru, January 12, 2007 in Old Gen.: 80's GL/DL/XT/Loyales...
I'll hit that milestone sometime this coming Thursday, or so I figure anyways.
Yeah it came up pretty fast
2nd owner, had 355k when I got, and the engine needed to be rebuilt. It's an '86 GL wagon and at 360k it's going strong!
wow! that 360k.. details? so the stock engine made it to 355k and then it had to be rebuilt? pretty impressive. How long did the stock clutch last? Did anything go out between say 250k -350k that needed to be replaced? Just wondering what might be next to go on my car. Thanks
Well my wagon hit 250k a couple days ago but I just had the chance to get a pic. 87 GL-10 stock EA82T. Who says they dont last?
I just picked up another 88 D/R wagon thanks to Subruise! It's got 263,184 as sits right now in the garage.
And I just sent my old 88 to PNP Tuesday with 236,296 on it. We stripped it first though lol
1993 Loyale Wagon 5sp 4x4 with 249K miles
My 1982 brat has 254k on the clock with its original engine. Still puttering around town untill I'm done stripping the wrx for the swap.
'88 GL wagon, 373,000 miles and running strong!
96 RHD legacy 249,236 on the ticker
1986 GL 222,000and still going strong
'83 GL wagon 2WD 233,000miles original engine n transaxle.
Has a taste for CV boots right now. High 20's for gas mileage and just rocked a PDX to B-ham trip(530miles) to pick a Suzuki dual sport bike.
A DR350 will easily fit into the back of a wagon.
My "new" 02 OBS has 235k on it.
No pics, but just rolled past 260,000 on my 88 DL 5mt D/R wagon. She's rusty, but trusty. I can tell you for a fact that the last 4,000 haven't been gentle.
117k 87 wagon
158k in my 82 wagon, and I'm the third owner.
88 gl 264,000 All original. A/c still kicks hard with no power to spare Orig enigine and transmission.
Well, the odometer reads 261,865.1 miles. However, the transmission only has 221,XXX miles. The longblock only has 116,XXX miles. The water pump, clutch assembly, and flywheel only have ~324-500 miles, since they're brand new. Man, it's gonna get hard to keep track of all this.
92 loyale 135,xxx
91 loyale 234,xxx
88 gl 247,545 and never to change again. bringing it to the scrape yeard soon
87 gl 73,00093 Loyale 93,105.
1990 Loyale 273,000. Runs like a champ.
1978 DL Sedan, Original EA71 removed last week at 115,000km. Goes to show the easiest way to kill an engine is to not use it.
Here is my 1986 gl with the original motor and 3spd auto tranny
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