1996 Mitsubishi Legnum 25ST

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  1. Wolfd89

    Wolfd89 Last in, first out

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    Bought March 2011 with 10,500km, eligible for import that November

    All stock with the exception of a USDM Zenki Aero Grille modified to fit

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  2. Pajerist

    Pajerist New Member

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    Nice ride! With limo tint it will be even better :)
     
  3. RyanV

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    Awesome pics wolf!

    Looks like it needs more low though B)
     
  4. Derek

    Derek Derek Weldon

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    I LOVE that spider web on the back. I would SO drive to the countryside and try to catch flies in it by driving backwards.
     
  5. Wolfd89

    Wolfd89 Last in, first out

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    Thanks guys. I've been searching for some coil overs, but am unsure if they match the more common vr-4 models. For now ill get some larger tires which should ease the gap somewhat. The ride with the 215/40's is brutal.

    @ Dereck. my windshield does plenty of that with a lot more gore. I felt bad for ruining the web though, but we needed to stow our luggage that morning. The picture doesn't even do it justice. It was perfect.
     
  6. Speed Stick

    Speed Stick The Halifax kid

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    Oh damn your good at taking pictures. Sweet ride. I gotta find someone around Halifax who knows that stuff haha.

    I didn't realize how low the mileage on your car was! Crazy.
     
  7. Wolfd89

    Wolfd89 Last in, first out

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    well, the wagon finally reached the magical quintuple two mark, so I decided to take a nice little drive to Lac la Jeune outside of Kamloops. +12,000km's and apart from regular maintenance I've had zero issues. Feels weird having driven more km's than the previous owner, hahaha

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    looks like a cat on the prowl :p

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    thanks for the comment speed stick
     
  8. Tudor

    Tudor Straight Ballin'

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    Love the second last pic!
     
  9. Derek

    Derek Derek Weldon

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    Like a tiger awaiting prey.
     
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    Wolfd89 Last in, first out

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    Greg Local Grumpy Moderator

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    Gotta love the massive Legnum moonroof. People are always amazed when they see mine.
     
  12. Wolfd89

    Wolfd89 Last in, first out

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    hell yeah, its gorgeous. Perfect for star watching. Just recline the seats. :D
    It's also the wife's favorite thing about the car



    headed up to Myra Canyon today for a bike tour, and got hit by a thunderstorm. Sadly, my car didn't come away unscathed. :(

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    i'd say it was the size of a nickel, and left welts if you were unlucky enough to be outside
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    my buddy had over a foot of ice in the corner of his truck
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    hoping I can find replacement parts for cheap. I've never seen this happen before...
     
  13. Lethbridge_man

    Lethbridge_man New Member

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    We've had crazy hail this summer. Luckily I have a garage, so no precious JDMs were damaged - I don't know what I would have done if they would have been, because my basic insurance doesn't cover hail damage. There were cars on my street that had windows smashed out, though. We're getting the roof on the house and the garage replaced because of hail damage! I have 2 skylights in my garage, and the top layer in each was both shattered by hail. How much damage was done to your car? Hopefully not a lot...
     
  14. Greg

    Greg Local Grumpy Moderator

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    Ah that is shitty. Is that the only damage hopefully?
     
  15. Wolfd89

    Wolfd89 Last in, first out

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    yeah, no body damage, just this(thank god). And it didn't happen on any other vehicles around me. Maybe the rubber was just brittle with age. I don't think it will cost a lot to replace, seeing how its a trim piece over the doors. getting my hands on them will be another thing...maybe I'll be able to score some from club vr-4. Seems like they break a car every other week, lol.

    Its funny, I noticed when I rolled down my windows to talk to DevC, who was sitting right beside me at a red light in Winfield. Small world...

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    GregA stopped by today, but unfortunately didn't stay very long. We took some pics, but nothing fancy. Greg might have some better angles which he'll hopefully post later.

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    looking at his car in detail, you could spot at least a thousand differences between the two if you looked hard enough.
     
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    Hindsight is 20/20. Shoulda followed you out in my car, but such is life. Crazy how different, but similar the cars are. Shame we didn't have more time.
     
  17. Wolfd89

    Wolfd89 Last in, first out

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    finally found some time to give the ol wagon a good wash and drove to the nearby semi scales for some shots. Wish I could have mounted the other rims this year, but sadly no money for new rubber or the planned black out tint. :(
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    Kamloops is bone dry right now, so tonight it will probably rain, OR there will be another dust storm like yesterday and THEN it will rain. LOL, either way it won't last long.
     
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    Wolfd89 Last in, first out

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    just rolled over to 40,000km's. Hard to believe I've put three quarters of the k's on myself.
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  19. grayhamwiebe

    grayhamwiebe New Member

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    Such low km's. That just seems crazy for the age of the vehicle.
     
  20. Greg

    Greg Local Grumpy Moderator

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    Don't you only drive it half the year anyways?