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    east coast surf mobile

    for under $2000. ha! yes im poor. pickups, grocery-getters, mobsters mobiles, etc... any thoughts?

  2. #2
    Porsche 911, with racks. it's an easy car to fix when needed.

  3. #3
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    Aug 2011
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    Wilmington
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    Old 'yota Taco.
    Old 'yota Cruiser
    Plymouth Fury Wagon?

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    Galaxy 500 with out a back seat rusted to pieces and throwing purple haze!

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    Sorry I've given out the wrong Porsche number. i really meant to recommend the Porsche 914 with racks.

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    Find an old Subaru wagon with the lowest miles you can afford, you won't be disappointed

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    Quote Originally Posted by bungalowparkbob View Post
    Find an old Subaru wagon with the lowest miles you can afford, you won't be disappointed
    been looking around for one older then a 96. after that year the 2.5L has to be the worst engine ever produced. blown head gaskets galore. bummer cause everything else works good. to bad the loyale is hard to find.
    Last edited by AtanticO; Jul 23, 2013 at 02:23 PM.

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    Ha. Worst engine ever produced by Subaru perhaps, but still a viable option. I had a '93 1.8L Impreza wagon with 35,000 miles which I bought used for 3K in 2003, and that car made me feel the love. Eventually traded her in towards a WRX, which I probably wouldn't have even test drove had it not been for the Impreza. LOVED that thing, but needed a pickup. Needless to say I'm a Subaru fan, and you're right about looking into the older ones. Good luck man

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    Jeep Cherokee pre 2000. 4.0L motor and tranny both reliable as they come. they go forever, but suck down gas. i think thats a good tradeoff though..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bungalowparkbob View Post
    Ha. Worst engine ever produced by Subaru perhaps, but still a viable option. I had a '93 1.8L Impreza wagon with 35,000 miles which I bought used for 3K in 2003, and that car made me feel the love. Eventually traded her in towards a WRX, which I probably wouldn't have even test drove had it not been for the Impreza. LOVED that thing, but needed a pickup. Needless to say I'm a Subaru fan, and you're right about looking into the older ones. Good luck man
    would be stoked to find an impreza wagon with the 1.8 or 2.2. those are good surf cars. my buddy would take the passenger seat outta his and sleep in it on trips.