As inspired by BKM.
It's more often associated with anyone who wants reliable all wheel drive without the size, cost, stigma, etc. of a SUV.Chet said:Its [Subarus] usually associated with lebsians, I thought?
I guess, but for me it is owning something capable, utilitarian, and not neccessarily "beautiful".Chet said:Its usually associated with lebsians, I thought?
This was my Ghia, purchased in 1999 on eBay for $600.Mud Princess said:...Chet's photo of the vintage Karman Ghia made me drool...
When I was a kid, my friend's mom had a red Karman Ghia convertible. We used to ride in the back with our legs dangling down into the back seat -- totally unsafe, no seat belts -- they weren't required back then. Of course we would have gone flying if the driver had had an accident. It was so much fun! I've wanted a Karman Ghia ever since.Chet said:This was my Ghia, purchased in 1999 on eBay for $600...
I was in the White Mts a few weeks ago and I swear I was the only person not driving an Outback or Volvo Crosscountry.Mud Princess said:
They're also very popular in the hiking and backpacking crowd. I see a lot of Subarus parked at trailheads.
OT: No doubt. I looked at a Cayenne over the weekend and all I can say is "BLEEECH" It's the most un-Porsche vehicle they could have made with an interior that might as well have been done by Mazda, and for $61,000 I would expect a lot more.SkeLeton said:In my dreams: a Porsche (anything BUT a Cayenne!)
You have a Pewie? Cool!SkeLeton said:In my dreams: a Porsche (anything BUT a Cayenne!)
In reality: Peugeot (a 'freedom' car )
BKM,BKM said:Nah, Biscuit. THAT crowd drives Volvos.