Scored this puppy for $750.
That said, after flights, motel stay, rental car, new windscreen, registration, and petrol to get it 1400 km home, it’s more like $2500.
That said, it was a pretty great feeling to finally score this one after an exhaustive 6 month search.
Buy a Tesla Model S P100D Ludicrous Plus, and find a builder that will make it a 3-row estate like that.
I’m craving a manual BMW Wagon so I searched CL and these are the mistakes most accessible to me. Rank them from “Don’t do it” all the way to “It’ll ruin your life, //AMG = AutoMatic Gearbox!”
Holy crap I had no idea this existed! I used to drive a Tahoe and loved the glass-or-whole-tailgate-opening option.
Cause I’ve always wanted a Subaru, and now thanks to my wife, I has one. 07 Legacy Outback 2.5i with an eye watering 249,800 miles on it, and a 5 speed. Awesome. It looks well cared for, has new belts, tires, recently replaced cats and timing service, wheels apparently from a wrx, and the front cloth seats have been…
Quad sealed beams make this Subie look great.
1995 Buick ROADMASTER Estate!
One previous owner. Between the driver’s seat wear and the minimal door dings it was a commuter into DC that parked it in garage.
Besides that SEXY AF rear 3/4 view? His rant on left lane campers.
The Buick Regal GS wagon that will never be.
Not only are there two companies selling road-legal utes in the USA, but they also do wagon conversions, too!
Subaru XT / XT6 / Alcyone wagon
Now to work really really hard to be able to afford it. It comes in green! Yes ... Yes ... YES!!!!!!
Especially when it’s on my B9 allroad :)
Maybe when Buick starts selling their wagon and leads the revival of the wagon in the U.S. Subaru might have some motivation to bring over the Levorg... with three pedals... and an engine with glow plugs...
Woke up this wonderful Sunday morning and started browsing TradeCarView, as you do, while eating my bowl of off-brand Shreddies.
Came across this: