With regards to this next car, there are two facts that I know for certain — the first is that Alaska is a tough climate for automobiles — the snow, winter, and rough roads will disintegrate the undersides of most vehicles in short period of time, and the second is that 80s Subaru’s were not known for having the most robust anti-rust sheet metal. Which brings me to the question of the day; how did this Subaru survive the years with an Alaska plate and a manual gearbox? Find this 1982 Subaru GL Wagon offered for $4750 in Anchorage, AK via facebreak marketmark. Tip from Zach.
From the seller:
1982 Subaru gl Flip-Up 3rd Eye Fog Light
Listed a day ago in Anchorage, AK
About This Vehicle
Driven 72,642 miles
Exterior color: Tan · Interior color: Tan
Fuel type: Gasoline
This vehicle is paid off
This vehicle has no significant damage or problems.
That’s not a misprint… 72,642 actual miles.
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This time capsule will whisk you right back to 80s so quick you’re going to need a De’Lorean to back in time for dinner.
The Flip-Up 3rd Eye Fog Light defines the rarity this gem truly represents.
One owner and all original.
Less than 1000 miles ago $2600 was spent on the beauty that comes from within and from underneath…
Both front axles including CV joints and boots were replaced.
Water pump replaced at the same time.
The heater is absolutely amazing!
Oil pressure is awesome!
See a better way to drive something tan? email@example.com