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By the time I am ready to buy a car I will be 30, so I am not worried about ins rates. . Ive been searching on NASIOC. I've been in love with the wagons ever since I saw a wide body kit on on. I like the bug eyes more then the later years. Its just hard to find one that hasnt been molested.
Good info what wcu25rs said. I'd also like to mention a minor difference in wagon vs sedan, the fender flares. Wagons can supposedly only fit 215 wide tires where I fit 235 on my sedan. I had no idea the fenders were different until a friend told me.
(Of course there are ways around this and rolling fenders but for practical reasons, just a heads up). Wider is obviously better
ya know, I got the Miata bug a few months ago and was very intent on buying one, even test drove a couple. My wife used to have a convertible and I thought the Miata would be the best of both worlds....she gets her convertible and I get a great drivers car. That isnt the impression I came away with. Dont get me wrong, it's not like they were a bore to drive, but people hype them up so much as being this awesome drivers car, that maybe I expected too much. Regardless, after both test drives, I was so happy to get back into my WRX.
I know my choice is not the popular car. I would also also enjoy a nice wrx wagon, but they are a little pricey for a cheap car. But I love my miller mobile, cheap, easy, fun, and they are pretty unpopular.
I picked up an 85 recently.
Here is a vid to show some of the fun that can be had.(not my car)
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