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URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=31431
Submitted by: johnny kraut
Comments: 47  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 03-24-2004
View Stats Category: Car
Description:
clean stock WRX with no wing:)


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#1
3-25-2004 @ 10:48:12 AM
Posted By : Driven_out Reply | Edit | Del
Subaru WRX... under truck section? whoops...
Nice rex... but for some reason, subarus just dont look right without the wing for some reason...


#2
3-25-2004 @ 10:53:15 AM
Posted By : Lemming Reply | Edit | Del
#1, fixt

#3
3-25-2004 @ 10:55:18 AM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#2, FIX'D by me too...at the same time. Weird.

#4
3-25-2004 @ 10:57:37 AM
Posted By : BoostJunkie Reply | Edit | Del
#1, Could use a decent wing, one not too big but would add a bit more to it.

#5
3-25-2004 @ 10:58:29 AM
Posted By : kstagger Reply | Edit | Del
I'm trying to convince the wife I need one of these... she sez no imports!

*feels pussy whipped*


#6
3-25-2004 @ 11:00:06 AM
Posted By : mr_mcmunkee Reply | Edit | Del
#5, You have a great wife. :)

#7
3-25-2004 @ 11:29:09 AM
Posted By : ImRaptor Reply | Edit | Del
I'll buy what ever I like best at the time. Import or domestic.

#8
3-25-2004 @ 11:32:33 AM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#7, I drive whatever I can afford/is given for me to drive...import or domestic. I must say, my li'l import is rather nice. Slow and not exciting at all, but it'll get me where I need to go.

#9
3-25-2004 @ 11:34:01 AM
Posted By : ricerocketboy Reply | Edit | Del
#8, was your Crapi more exciting when it ran?*runs*

#10
3-25-2004 @ 11:34:41 AM
Posted By : ImRaptor Reply | Edit | Del
I've owned more domestics than imports and so far the worst import has still been better than the best domestic.
But thats because I don't get in anything like Hyndia or Kia.


#11
3-25-2004 @ 11:35:39 AM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#9, I'm not gonna dignify that with a response.

#12
3-25-2004 @ 11:37:53 AM
Posted By : Low-Tech Redneck Reply | Edit | Del
I can't comment on quality, every car I've ever owned was a basket case when I got it....

though the family's 95 explorer just had new plugs put in it, it was STILL running on the factory ones, despite the fact the electrodes had all worn down to the point where they were BELOW the level of the insulator. Now that's reliablity :)


#13
3-25-2004 @ 11:41:41 AM
Posted By : kstagger Reply | Edit | Del
#10, my most reliable car so far has been a domestic...a mercury mountaineer. My '91 Buick is pretty reliable...at least for a 13 year old car. My '97 Altima was ok for reliability, but just didn't seem very well put together.

If you look at JD Edwards, the Buick Regal has higher quality than the Camry or Maxima. But that is generally true with Buick overall. Domestics are now actually higher quality than European imports.


#14
3-25-2004 @ 11:41:54 AM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
Every country makes good and bad vehicles, just as every company. On the whole I prefer American cars, just when I look at the cars for their individual merits, and tend to think of Japanese cars as being at the bottom of the barrel. That's not to say that there aren't Jap cars that I like or U.S. cars that I dislike.

Everyone rags on Kia all the time, I found my mother's 2000 Sephia to be a good car, apart from the quality of the interior fittings.


#15
3-25-2004 @ 11:42:07 AM
Posted By : ImRaptor Reply | Edit | Del
So far my 1992 Integra has been the best so far. Still have it now and since it was new the only things changed from original has been the muffler (stock one rusted out in like two years) and the rear wheel bearings. Other than that its only been the standard filters and fluid changes for the car.

#16
3-25-2004 @ 11:44:10 AM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
#13, My best one was the Camaro. I ran it from 100,000 to 150,000 miles and all I ever had to do apart from routine maintenance was put an alternator on it. My sister has run it to about 170,000 since she got it and has only had to buy a fuel pump.

#17
3-25-2004 @ 11:44:48 AM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
#15, Aye....that's been a common problem with older Japanese cars...rust. I think they've conquered that problem now.

#18
3-25-2004 @ 11:46:01 AM
Posted By : kstagger Reply | Edit | Del
my biggest complaint about Japanese vehicles is they weren't designed for my 6'3" in mind... and the fact that I'm a Michigander - which sees some local benefits out of Ford, GM, and Chrysler... so it's better to buy from them. I prefer to buy from a company that shovels more money back into our community.

#19
3-25-2004 @ 11:46:33 AM
Posted By : ricerocketboy Reply | Edit | Del
We've had a few Explorers. All of ours, except our 98 have had major problems. The 98 is on its second tranny. Yay! We also had a very good 92 Capri covertible. We sold it because I couldn't sit in the back seat after a year of growth. My dads Tracker has been super, reliabilty wise. Looks, on the other hand, not so. We are keeping the Tracker just cause.

#20
3-25-2004 @ 11:47:56 AM
Posted By : ImRaptor Reply | Edit | Del
Yeah, some of the older Jap cars you can watch the rust form faster than paint can dry.
My 1983 Camaro was sort of middle of the field for me in quality. By the time it hit 160000 I had to sell it as things were breaking left, right, and center. But it was completely rust free.


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