1979 subaru wagon




1979 subaru wagon

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  • The Malaise Subaru Apocalypse is in full swing in Colorado, if we are to judge from the selection of old Leones in Denver junkyards these days.

    The idea of a non-truckish four-wheel-drive station wagon was still a radical one in , though American Motors was gearing up to release.

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    1979 subaru wagon

    1979 subaru wagon

    No Home on the Ranger. I had extension rails installed on mine that gave a couple of inches more legroom for the driver at the expense of course of making the back seat even more useless. Her kids used it to get back and forth to school north of Spokane. Love the co-branding of the stereo Clarion and clock Citizen.

    1979 subaru wagon

    1979 subaru wagon

    1979 subaru wagon

    1979 subaru wagon

    1979 subaru wagon

    Foreign Concept: Subaru DL Wagon

    Two front-wheel drive, red Subarus in the same week?! How lucky can we get?! Or, what is this world coming to?! Depending on your outlook. Although, when I see this wagon I want it to be 4WD. A front-wheel drive Subaru seems like such a foreign concept.. If this were a 4WD I might ask a couple of guys that I know there to check it out for me — you know who you are! I absolutely love the stock look of these cars with their plain-Jane wheels.

    And, seeing that Front Wheel Drive script on the front fenders hits me in the gut. The bumpers are almost as big as the car itself is. Luckily they are because this one has seen its share of bumper-bashers, it looks like.

    1979 subaru wagon

    The dash is another story. A dash cover will have to do for this car. There are quite a few rough areas inside this car, unfortunately.

    I… well, that just proves that each of us sees the world through a different set of eyes. That being said, it does look original and pretty nice. I would love to have the 4WD version of this exact car someday.

    1979 subaru wagon

    Have any of you ever owned a front-wheel drive Subaru? It seems like such a foreign concept, so to speak.. I have had lots of subes. Of the 50 at least, never counted a hand full where front wheel-drive only.

    These where so simple and very easy to work on. I never like the automatic trans. With a manual shift they got great mileage and the wagon had lots of room. Looks like mikes stings bought it at co- Parts title is rebuilt, you can register but value of Car is zero til nil. It would be buyer to buy for their enjoyment. Price doubtfully will go much higher. But in ct no title needed since 25 years old.

    I agree, this seems odd. It, in my mind, was the only reason to buy one of these. They had the market cornered,,,for a while.

    1979 subaru wagon

    Lasted a good long time until the tinworm finally got to be too much. Back then these were just disposable cars although about as funky as mass-produced cars available in the US got at the time. This one has a black interior. If you had a lighter color interior mine was blue , the sides of the seat bottoms, bottoms of the door cards, and carpeting were all still black.

    A friend has a late model Outbook that is similar in that it has light interior with black lower door cards and carpeting. Air conditioning on these is dealer-installed. Better not try it while chugging uphill! Looks like an old-school 2-cylinder York-type compressor in there. Upgrading to a more modern, efficient compressor like a Sanden would probably help.



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