Lets Vote For Maverick5946

Discussion in 'General Maverick/Comet' started by Stefan, Oct 19, 2005.

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  1. Rick Book

    Rick Book Member

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    I hit up a couple of sites that probably helped towards getting back to the 100+ vote lead.
     
  2. Ford_Motorheads

    Ford_Motorheads Ford Addict

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    I also went to some other Ford forums I'm a part of, and told them to vote. :yippee:
     
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    OK, as long as the great resale value and classic history of Subaru have come up, let's review, shall we?

    Let's start with 1969, the year the Maverick came out:

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    Yeah, that's macho. I will never apologize for a 170 cubic inch three on the tree again.

    Oh, for people who need a little more space, upgrade to this:

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    Let's move on to 1977, the last year of the Maverick. Subaru has come a long way, as you can see here. (Well, maybe not...)

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    Now, since Ford and GM had pretty much given up on Ghetto trucks, Subaru to the rescue!!!

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    By 1992, you would think Subaru would have come a long way, especially having 15 years to develop after the demise of the Maverick. Well.....?

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    And probably my alltime favorite automotive styling atrocity, the "Wedge". Cool Mom, it goes up and down!!!

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    So there we have it. We have a select few at the Subaru board copping a holier than thou attitude, and with an all-star history like that, hey, who can blame them? They have definitely earned the right to boast!!

    LOL!!!:rofl2:
     
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    Man those cars are hideous. :yup:
     
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    im sorry to say to all of suburice guys out there but none of your classics look like nothing but crusher weight to me
     
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    I dont care who you are or what you like, thats funny stuff!!!! :biglaugh:

    I bought a new Subaru wagon in 82. Was a great car.
     
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    Looks like their early cars were a lame attempt of copying Volkswagons. :)

    I guess it's all over but the crying on the SVX forum. There are several decent members calling for the thread to be deleted they are so ashamed of what I coaxed their members into saying. No reason to let our gaurd down though until it's over.

    Mind games are fun. [​IMG]
     
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    Gentleman. I have offered a truce to the Subaru guys. If you post on their site please be respectful and they will do the same here. I really like the battle but still want to keep things from getting out of hand. Now lets kick some subaru arse:smash:
     
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    I can see it now!
    Suba-holic... :rofl2:
     
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    LOL...yeah, I never got the self portrait avatar thing...
     
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    I have worked on subaru's. Seem to be well built, The styling does not do much for me. In the end I stick by my old standby,, foreign cars suck. Just my opinion, dont care if what anyone else thinks, wont ever change my mind. If this is politically incorrect, I dont care.
    Dan
     
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    That doesn't sound very tolerant, Dan...:tsk:
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    I guess I'm not afraid to SHOw who I am and hide behind the computer. Its just like some on here and other boards that use their real name instead of a screen name. Their not hiding either.
     
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    Who is hiding? That's what profiles are for.

    You are dead sexy, by the way!
     
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