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Old 06 November 2018, 10:52 AM
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More out of interest than anything - I wondered what the model split looks like in 2018. What cars are people on this forum mostly in now and using regularly? Appreciate some people may have more than one car.... but lets try and stick to the car you use the most at this current stage in time.
If you have more than 1 Impreza, eg. A classic, and a newage - go for the one which you use the most. I use my Hawk WRX as my daily, but have access to company cars as well. I think there's a lot of people who have stuck around on this forum who are now in some very nice modern hot hatches, perhaps even supercars in some cases....

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German daily,

Classic STI project / eventually track car.

Had no idea what I was buying when i got it 5/6 years ago. Just split up with long term gf at the time and she hated Scoobs (I loved them) said they were "Chavvy". For all I knew i could have bought a run down Impreza Sport . Got lucky with an STI in v good nick for ~£3k and 40k on the clock. Used it as a daily for a few years and then decided to mod it.
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Classic tucked away for winter. Would like another as a daily. soon
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Blobeye sti now dry stored as future investment
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Blobeye sti now dry stored as future investment
good call mate. I definitely think the cars will start to increase in value. Not many subaru models actually lose that much money throughout ownership now (if the mileage is sensible and they're looked after). And although it would be bad news for all of us, if Subaru went bust...I think that would make them more collectable in the long term as well.
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Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart sportback daily (full Evo X turbo stage 2 400bhp), Subaru Impreza WRX STi V4 Type R V-Limited fully caged track car, 2.1 stroker 350bhp, 2004 wide track 6 speed Spec C converted, work in progress...not finished yet!


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holden maloo 6.2 v8 500 bhp ex race spec car now minus roll cage and fire extinguisher system , fuelling set up is around 7 litre , holden monaro 5.7 v8 440 bhp 12k £ of mods , both are animals to drive and great fun plus very very loud , but still can do 35mpg , a pair of forester sti 310 bhp for one 330 bhp other , if itís dry v8 are daily drive , if weather not great then forester sti as not as lairy to drive in the wet
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The greenwagon sits in the garage and comes out for shows and itís weekly Sunday drive to work to
give it a run out
every day work car is a civic exgt and the nismo is the weekend and day out

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Are you in Australia then?





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holden maloo 6.2 v8 500 bhp ex race spec car now minus roll cage and fire extinguisher system , fuelling set up is around 7 litre , holden monaro 5.7 v8 440 bhp 12k £ of mods , both are animals to drive and great fun plus very very loud , but still can do 35mpg , a pair of forester sti 310 bhp for one 330 bhp other , if itís dry v8 are daily drive , if weather not great then forester sti as not as lairy to drive in the wet
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lol no but living there sounds like fun , apart from very tough on speeding even 1 or 2 mph over , the cars they exported they now are happy to buy them back as they are getting that rare
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lol no but living there sounds like fun , apart from very tough on speeding even 1 or 2 mph over , the cars they exported they now are happy to buy them back as they are getting that rare
Pics of the maloo please I love a ute
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canít seem to post it , how do you post things ?
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Originally Posted by Type R Al View Post
Mitsubishi Lancer Ralliart sportback daily (full Evo X turbo stage 2 400bhp), Subaru Impreza WRX STi V4 Type R V-Limited fully caged track car, 2.1 stroker 350bhp, 2004 wide track 6 speed Spec C converted, work in progress...not finished yet!

any more on this , looks cool
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Super easy, using app? Or pc?

If on the app then tap icon far left and upload off device to Scoobynet. If on web then click on same icon above where you type message.

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canít seem to post it , how do you post things ?
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would be fine if it was a valid link - page not found
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it won’t let me , f..ks sake lol , i can try and send it to some one , it pates in fine , it won’t go as an attachment as it deletes on being sent , i’ve tried lots of different ways , if sone one pm me an email address please i can forward it on but not working posting it on here
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I've had this one nearly 3 years now and have decided to keep it. At the moment she's locked away in the garage under cover and will come out when I go on our annual trip round Europe with Midlands Subaru (WWW.M-SOC.com). I have had 5 Subaru's over the past few years and have regretted selling each and every one, so this one is defiantly a keeper...., I suppose I'm lucky as I have a company vehicle and I have another car which I use at weekends, so don't have to use the Subaru every day...(or at all)Ö..




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Originally Posted by Vxr2010 View Post
it wonít let me , f..ks sake lol , i can try and send it to some one , it pates in fine , it wonít go as an attachment as it deletes on being sent , iíve tried lots of different ways , if sone one pm me an email address please i can forward it on but not working posting it on here
Sounds as if the picture you are trying to post needs to be uploaded/hosted somewhere first. If it's already hosted then you need to right click and select view image and then copy its link (link should end with ".jpg" or similar)

Have you got any entries in the Gallery section? You can always create an album under "my pictures" and then post the link to it.
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Don, how the hell do you keep that so clean being a daily??/ it’s rediculisly clean
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Don, how the hell do you keep that so clean being a daily??/ itís rediculisly clean
It was treated with Supagard from new, which has certainly helped.
Winter wheels/tyres fitted a couple of days ago.

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