Discussion in 'Photo & Video Gallery' started by Substeroo, Feb 23, 2004.
Awesome photo! I'm assuming a pretty strong flash was used?
Hi, I have been lurking for a few months. I thought I wanted a Subaru for my commuter and grocery getter. I ended up getting this. It seemed clean enough.
Here it is after taking a bath.
Damn. That's a pretty awesome grocery getter! Welcome to the party!
Also, making volcanoes with all that vinegar?
I have had a handful of “rides” now. WRB bugeye, AWP bugeye, the infamous RSVX, the Outback wagoon, and now my beloved BRZ! This one will be in the family for a looooong time!!
No, not making any volcanoes. It is used as a laundry additive.
My wife is already complaining that things need to be fixed. As an example, power steering pump is leaking -- needed to add ATF today. I knew mostly what I was getting into. I just hope it is less expensive to keep running than a BMW 335i.
She's a beaut Clark! (or Jeff)
Newest daily after my subaru was totalled out and mk3 jetta i replaced it with blew a headgasket, waterpump and altenator.
Dah hell is that?
Hyundai Veloster I think?
@tangledupinblu Hyundai Veloster, it's...an alright car, kinda slow and my head almost touches the ceiling but it gets 40 mpg at 90mph (in mexico).
Brought this home last night. Traded the 350z roadster in on it.
Did you keep your seats??
Nope, dealership was pretty excited to keep them.
Oh, I'm fine with it, this one has air-conditioned and heated seats. I did keep my wheels though, I'll probably slap those on it tonight.
For those of us not well versed in Nissan product, this is a 370Z Roadster?
That seems to be the case.
Correct, it's a 370z roadster touring sport.
That looks awesome Jim!
Found a cool little spot with my friend and his s14.
Started raining shortly after arriving .
Finally took some time to clean out and clean up the WRX that started it all... my dad's 2002 WRX Wagon. Still only has 126k on the clock, and running well. Fenders are in rough shape, but still one of my absolutely favorite cars to drive.
It has a lot of nostalgia, because this car has been in the family since day 1. It's been used to learn stick, and haul the family around. It has seeen a couple proms, a few trips to college (prior to purchasing my 2004 WRX), and a few runs around town and the country roads. Now it will be a winter warrior for my dad so his '18 STi can be b babied a little longer, but for the summer I have borrowed it a bit to fulfill the desires to own a MT again... Anyways. A couple quick potato camera shots before/after a much needed headlight restoration.
Excellent work J! Bugeye love!