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#27503 of 29829 Re: For andre... [fintail]
Jan 09, 2013 (11:30 am)
The problem is if you get rid of it, it's gone forever. It's not like you can just go pick another up easily. As long as you have the means I say keep it and just enjoy it when you can.
I thought I would see more classics while in Seattle, the Pacific NW is usually great for those but nothing really noteworthy except a late 80's Vovlo 740, which really isn't that noteworthy.
#27504 of 29829 Re: For andre... [jpp5862]
Jan 09, 2013 (11:53 am)
That is a good point - once it's gone, it's gone. Unless you can talk the buyer into selling it back, you might have to work hard to find another.
Weather lately is miserable, that keeps some of the older stuff inside.
#27506 of 29829 Re: Legacy Power Wagon [wevk]
Jan 09, 2013 (3:42 pm)
I have a buddy in SW PA who has a "legacy" (original) Power Wagon--not a crew cab, though. It's a '47. They built that body from '39 to '68!!!!
#27507 of 29829 Re: Legacy Power Wagon [wevk]
Jan 09, 2013 (5:12 pm)
Too bad Subaru discontinued it. Oh wait....different car.
#27508 of 29829 Re: Legacy Power Wagon [ateixeira]
Jan 10, 2013 (3:47 am)
Let me know when you start seeing 'those' Legacys at cruise-ins or at B-J auctions!
#27509 of 29829 Re: Legacy Power Wagon [uplanderguy]
Jan 10, 2013 (9:19 am)
I liked the Legacy wagon, in 2005 you could get a turbo with a manual transmission, a rare and cool combination for a wagon.
For this latest generation SIA only builds Outbacks, no Legacy wagons. The manual turbo is long gone.
Subaru builds Legacy wagons in Japan, but they are not imported for this market, so every Legacy and Outback you see is made in Indiana.
#27510 of 29829 Re: Legacy Power Wagon [ateixeira]
Jan 10, 2013 (10:02 am)
that version of the GT wagon was kind of like a discount V70R. For the LL Bean crowd.
#27511 of 29829 Re: Legacy Power Wagon [stickguy]
by MrShift@Edmunds HOST
Jan 10, 2013 (10:09 am)
I'm amazed at the prices old, clapped-out, banged up Outbacks bring--it's very hard to find a good one. You don't even want to go near one that hasn't had the 2.5L engine's head gaskets replaced recently.