Postby pushbikerider on Tue 7/Mar/06 8:10pm

legacy looks nice for a suby, like the de roof railed look in matt black
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Postby orangecruz on Tue 7/Mar/06 9:11pm

Hmm ,we are looking at upgrading my car this year .. and a wagon seems to be a good way to go - but one thign I love about my little sedan is that I can open the boot with the bike rack still on the back. All you wagon owners out there - isn't a pain to not be able to open the boot?
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Postby Datsane on Tue 7/Mar/06 10:21pm

orangecruz wrote:Hmm ,we are looking at upgrading my car this year .. and a wagon seems to be a good way to go - but one thign I love about my little sedan is that I can open the boot with the bike rack still on the back. All you wagon owners out there - isn't a pain to not be able to open the boot?
You just go over the back seat for small stuff. But for big things its a cunzor :( sometimes
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Postby harlequin on Tue 7/Mar/06 10:28pm

orangecruz wrote:. All you wagon owners out there - isn't a pain to not be able to open the boot?

Yup Thats why I got a heavy duty roof rack for the bike.
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Postby Conners on Mon 13/Mar/06 2:27pm

1996 Legacy GT-B for me.

Got five bikes in the back + 2 on the rack for the 42 at the weekend, couldn't see much out the back though!!!
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5 in the back
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Not much rear view...
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Postby Datsane on Mon 13/Mar/06 5:57pm

Thats a good enough there :thumbsup:
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Postby DropKick on Sun 26/Mar/06 10:42pm

This Pimps new ride :thumbsup:
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Postby Datsane on Sun 26/Mar/06 10:43pm

DropKick wrote: This Pimps new ride :thumbsup:
You get the diesel or petrol? 4wd or fwd
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Postby DropKick on Sun 26/Mar/06 10:45pm

2l petrol, I think its just 2wd.

Can't wait till easter!
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Postby Scotty on Mon 27/Mar/06 6:17am

Sweet ride Greggles! :)
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Postby pushbikerider on Mon 27/Mar/06 7:27am

looks good man

although it really does need those chrome spinners for the true G-unit look
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Postby DropKick on Mon 27/Mar/06 12:32pm

pushbikerider wrote: looks good man

although it really does need those chrome spinners for the true G-unit look

Mum did want to get me something with spinners :0

I love the white backing on the guages :thumbsup:

and brand new wheels and stuff, soon to have new headunit and towbar by when I go to pick it up :thumbsup:


ahh, bless teenage girls who don't know their roadrules :D
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Postby pushbikerider on Mon 27/Mar/06 6:22pm

DropKick wrote:
pushbikerider wrote: looks good man

although it really does need those chrome spinners for the true G-unit look

Mum did want to get me something with spinners :0

I love the white backing on the guages :thumbsup:

and brand new wheels and stuff, soon to have new headunit and towbar by when I go to pick it up :thumbsup:


ahh, bless teenage girls who don't know their roadrules :D


good to see that you have done OK out of the loss of the pulsak
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Postby DropKick on Mon 27/Mar/06 7:34pm

Haha yea it's only worth twice as much :love:
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Postby eugene on Mon 27/Mar/06 7:39pm

Wow you could drive over a small village in that thing...plenty of ground clearance
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