Nice to see these cars,actually these cars made the history of automotive world and very valuable these cars are,i love these cars but so sad anyone not care about it.Nice work done on the blog,its very informative.However,if you want to check the Vin of your car so have a look on Subaru VIN Decoder.
Nice to see one of these in such good condition! I once had the job of starting a car likethis for the elderly woman who owned it. And though she could no longer drive it, she insisted that it be started and run for at least 15 minutes a day. I got the job after she triedto start it herself with the garage door closed! My other duties included checking the fluidschecking the tire pressure, and changing the oil when needed...it never needed it. Since I can't see well enough to drive, my wife would drive it a few miles twice a week. The woman's car, however, was a Classic 990 4-door sedan with just 29K miles showing! My last duties were to get the car ready to sell for the family after the woman died in 1983. Sure would liketo work on something like that again.
Granny had one of these. Unsafe at any speed. Unsafe because it had a V8. Unsafe because it had drum brakes all around. And unsafe because it had granny driving. She could barely see over the dash.What a tub. (The car, not so much granny....)
David is a spammer.
a lot going on here. i remember when i first saw those wind deflectors on a rambler cross country back in what seemed like the first month of the blog. someone said they sent wind to blow rain off the back window or fill a low-pressure system or some such inconceivable thing.definitely an old parked car.the beltline contour that starts at the headlight and continues around the tailgate is a hilarious touch. i'm thinking that detail came from the intern.
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