Getting our car on "Regular Car Reviews"

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Danteandsoob
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Getting our car on "Regular Car Reviews"

Post by Danteandsoob » Mon Feb 09, 2015 3:33 pm

So this is just a thought of mine, here is a guy called "Mr. Regular" of Regular Car Revuews. A bit over the top, sometimes gross, sometimes cynical, car reviewer.
Here are some videos:





He has done almost every subaru from the 90's, except for a legacy. And I realize his videos might not be everyone's cup of tea, but if anyone is interested on getting their SS or TW reviewed, he lives around the New York, Pennsylvania area. Here is a video on how to contact him:
- '93 Metallic Blue Legacy L, DD w/lots of mods
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Re: Getting out car on "Regular Car Reviews"

Post by Scruff_ » Mon Feb 09, 2015 5:46 pm

Danteandsoob wrote:So this is just a thought of mine, here is a guy called "Mr. Regular" of Regular Car Revuews. A bit over the top, sometimes gross, sometimes cynical, car reviewer.
Here are some videos:





He has done almost every subaru from the 90's, except for a legacy. And I realize his videos might not be everyone's cup of tea, but if anyone is interested on getting their SS or TW reviewed, he lives around the New York, Pennsylvania area. Here is a video on how to contact him:
Watched the SVX review this morning and it made me sad that he talked about Subaru's around 1992 being boxy non-performance oriented cars, totally ignoring the Legacy SS and TW :(

I'll probably offer my car up to him if he is ever in the NW, but he seems to stay around his area.
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Re: Getting out car on "Regular Car Reviews"

Post by MConte05 » Mon Feb 09, 2015 6:34 pm

Would be fun to get him in the Legacy rally car

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Re: Getting our car on "Regular Car Reviews"

Post by Legacy777 » Mon Feb 09, 2015 6:54 pm

Same with my car....it's far from "non-performance oriented" ;)
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Re: Getting our car on "Regular Car Reviews"

Post by Danteandsoob » Mon Feb 09, 2015 7:55 pm

See what I mean? He'd probably love to know the turbo legacy was the first performance subaru. I mean, it is what spawed the impreza and WRX. Anyone from PA or NY should chime in and try and get a review of our car! :-D :-D

But it was nice that he didn't rip into the SVX for not being like a WRX. He really seamed to dig the "90's-ness" about the car.
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Re: Getting our car on "Regular Car Reviews"

Post by 86BRATMAN » Mon Feb 09, 2015 9:57 pm

You are as guilty as he is lol, technically subaru was in the performance world in the 80s with the ea81t and ea82t cars like the xt and rx.
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Re: Getting our car on "Regular Car Reviews"

Post by Legacy777 » Tue Feb 10, 2015 6:54 pm

Yeah, the XT6 was a pretty cool car for it's time.
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Re: Getting our car on "Regular Car Reviews"

Post by Scruff_ » Tue Feb 10, 2015 9:02 pm

86BRATMAN wrote:You are as quilt as he is lol, technically subaru was in the performance world in the 80s with the ea81t and ea82t cars like the xt and rx.
Yeah... Lately I have been less and less into RCR content. I mean, it's entertaining but he needs to do some fact checking badly.
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