1986 Subaru GLReview
It Was My First Car, What Can I Say? — Of course it was a dumpy car. The story behind that car. Well, in 2003 they wern't carrying many parts for it in Cali so I had to make due with what was available. It had the wrong breaks (which I was going through a new set every 8 months or so), it always smelled of burning oil, and it had a push start button. Worst of all I had to constantly keep the clutch donwn at a stop light or it would die on me.
Pros: It got me to work.
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