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post #41 of 1987 (permalink) Old 04-27-2009, 06:33 PM
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'97 chevy cavalier 4door FOR THE WIN!!!

Cost me $500, has never gotten stuck in the snow so bad that I can't dig it out, and always gets me and 2 other friends to the mountain, no problem. Wow, there is apparently a lot of rich people in this forum.
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Dodge Dakota Quad Cab 4x4, V-8, manual, with fiberglass cap. Love it. Family up front, stink and wet crap in the back. Have it on Nokian tires, which are great in wet slop. Bought new in 2003 and plan to run the wheels off it.
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2004 Nissan Pathfinder Chillkoot Edition. Never have to worry about getting stuck in that bad boy. Plenty of room as well. I am going to get a rack on her for nexr season.
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'08 2WD Chevy Colorado. Toss a few sandbags in the bed along with the board and 2 snow tires on the rear wheels, good to go.

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for 12 K I'd get an older Land Rover Discovery and outperfom any subaru...

haha but I'm no real authority on that, just had a really good experience with our old Discovery

but now we drive the H2...which we ironically found at a Subaru dealership lol...while my parents were pushing the numbers around I was takin a look at the Subs and I think they all have horrible design (from an aesthetic standpoint) except for the brand new 2009 Impreza, which I think has poetential given the right color ways/aftermarket modifications.

Not really a big Subaru fan, but I'm a douche bag for saying this while not having any prior driving experience lol so Yes I acknowledge that.

I still say you take a look at Land Rover before you really commit to Legacy
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I want one of these for a winter beater:



92 VW GTI. Right now we have an Accord. Works well enough with chains on, but I'm always worried about scratches and dings since it is in really good shape. I want a beater!

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Where I live when it comes to Winter U really don't want a nice car. The nice cars U save for all other three seasons.
How does your van handle in the snow? I thought about taking our van the last time we went but I was worried about how it will handle in the snow. I am just thinking of all extra room for gear and changing.
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Get yourself an 80's Town & Country.



Not only will the wood panelling resist scratches, it'll make the hos moist.
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for 12 K I'd get an older Land Rover Discovery and outperfom any subaru...

haha but I'm no real authority on that, just had a really good experience with our old Discovery

but now we drive the H2...which we ironically found at a Subaru dealership lol...while my parents were pushing the numbers around I was takin a look at the Subs and I think they all have horrible design (from an aesthetic standpoint) except for the brand new 2009 Impreza, which I think has poetential given the right color ways/aftermarket modifications.

Not really a big Subaru fan, but I'm a douche bag for saying this while not having any prior driving experience lol so Yes I acknowledge that.

I still say you take a look at Land Rover before you really commit to Legacy
or you could spend less money and get better gas mileage and better snow performance in an old jeep. just don't buy new jeeps. jesus they are horrible.
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