which wagon (humblebrag?)

which wagon (humblebrag?)

Postby tut » Thu Oct 22, 2015 10:48 pm

so, you guys


what if you had an old timer coupe style (280zx) daily driver, but you needed something more practical; a wagon, maybe for once every so often, or for everyday use...

what would you choose?


i vote for a nissan stagea. ideally a 260rs would be awesome. a regular rs4s would do..


my missus was in this boat (though she actually bought her stagea rs4s (had to be manual. she wouldn't buy unless manual) already)
it's no preza STI wagon or an LS* GM-product, but it sure compares....



so yeah, pretty much, which wagon would you get. both if money is an issue and if money isn't one
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Re: which wagon (humblebrag?)

Postby tut » Thu Oct 22, 2015 10:48 pm

and yeah maybe this is a shit thread, but at least it's something
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Re: which wagon (humblebrag?)

Postby thewalrus » Thu Oct 22, 2015 11:42 pm

I'd be pretty tempted by a Volvo XC70 Cross Country. About as close as a modern car gets to the Wally Wagon. Sure only an automatic, but it looks like a pretty sweet adventure vehicle.

Might try to find a preowned 328xi wagon with a stick shift, but those are pretty old now, with lots of miles.

The Japanese don't really have anything that fits the bill anymore - at least that I can think of. Quite a few decent 5 door hatches - like my 3. But no dedicated wagon.

I've sworn off VAG products - so no Audis or VW 's for me - though the VW Golf Sport wagon TSI would be pretty tempting.
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Re: which wagon (humblebrag?)

Postby 1300zuk » Fri Oct 23, 2015 11:25 pm

Virtually any American land yacht with wood on the sides.
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Re: which wagon (humblebrag?)

Postby thewalrus » Sat Oct 24, 2015 7:45 pm

1300zuk wrote:Virtually any American land yacht with wood on the sides.



If I had unlimited funds, and didn't need the wagon for practical uses, I'd be going for something like this.

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The Ford Flex is about as close as you can come, nowadays. And it has precisely 0% of the charm. More reliable, though.
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Re: which wagon (humblebrag?)

Postby tut » Sat Oct 24, 2015 9:19 pm

this stagea would be quite wallywagonable... just don't lower it like this one is :p

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4 wheel drive, 5 speed manual, rb25det neo. yay for turbo wagons!
pretty much a skyline wagon, yet looks boring enough to be a volvo :D


i also like zuks idea, but if i'd go old school barge, i'd need a big fuckoff blower, too....
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Re: which wagon (humblebrag?)

Postby Turbojett » Fri Nov 06, 2015 7:04 am

don't lower it? It looks perfect!
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Re: which wagon (humblebrag?)

Postby tut » Fri Nov 06, 2015 8:19 am

Turbojett wrote:don't lower it? It looks perfect!


yeah, don't lower it, if you want to wallywagon it..... the missus lives on the end of a small stretch of unpaved road, and apparently in the setup in the picture has a tendency to be not very ideal...


also, this one is about to get a new set of coilovers installed... might get raised a bit :)
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Re: which wagon (humblebrag?)

Postby Turbojett » Tue Nov 24, 2015 10:19 pm

tut wrote:
Turbojett wrote:don't lower it? It looks perfect!


yeah, don't lower it, if you want to wallywagon it..... the missus lives on the end of a small stretch of unpaved road, and apparently in the setup in the picture has a tendency to be not very ideal...


also, this one is about to get a new set of coilovers installed... might get raised a bit :)

Well that's understandable then.
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Re: which wagon (humblebrag?)

Postby veritablesaint » Tue Dec 08, 2015 5:48 pm

This E46 M3 Wagon that rogue engineering made.

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Re: which wagon (humblebrag?)

Postby thewalrus » Wed Dec 09, 2015 7:54 pm

veritablesaint wrote:This E46 M3 Wagon that rogue engineering made.

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Don't know if I can imagine anything else I'd want in a car.
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Re: which wagon (humblebrag?)

Postby millertime » Thu Dec 10, 2015 12:28 am

veritablesaint wrote:This E46 M3 Wagon that rogue engineering made.

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lol. No impreza STi allowed so you go and post a car that costs even more :)
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Re: which wagon (humblebrag?)

Postby Swerve » Wed Jan 06, 2016 8:59 am

If practicality is not the main purpose, I'd be tempted by a manual 3.2 V6 Alfa 159. Better looking than the Brera, AWD, and the interior in tan leather is sensational. Shit Aussie engine though and less space than any rival. But unlike the 156, at least the wagon has more capacity than the sedan!
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Re: which wagon (humblebrag?)

Postby Turbojett » Fri Jan 29, 2016 2:45 am

veritablesaint wrote:This E46 M3 Wagon that rogue engineering made.

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I can fap to this.
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Re: which wagon (humblebrag?)

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