my well worn 1993 legacy l awd(LOTS OF PICTURES)

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my well worn 1993 legacy l awd(LOTS OF PICTURES)

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custom legacy sport grille
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the eclipse headlight im thinking about swapping into my car
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i might add more pictures of this crossing
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muddy strut
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left to right, my 93, my sisters 99 lgt, and my moms 97 outback
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left to right, my moms 97 outback, my sisters 99 lgt, and my 93
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biggreen96 wrote:well get out there and smash that geo around and get comfy.
1993 Legacy LS Awd: lifted, 4eat, higher mileage, and dirty.
1994 Legacy Turbo wagon: rwd, 4eat, and a faint knock..
1992 Legacy postal: bone stock, 4eat, blown reverse.
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Re: my well worn 1993 legacy l awd(LOTS OF PICTURES)

Post by Grayguy »

looks pretty clean to me.
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Re: my well worn 1993 legacy l awd(LOTS OF PICTURES)

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I like the lineup! wish i could find a black legacy in my local junkyards hah
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Re: my well worn 1993 legacy l awd(LOTS OF PICTURES)

Post by beatersubi »

Nice clean car. Those headlights would look good in a surround to fit the stock headlight size w/ a flat piece of polycarbonate face. Evolutionmovement has some good info/knowledge posted on that subject if you're interested.
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Re: my well worn 1993 legacy l awd(LOTS OF PICTURES)

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a little change as of today(most of the picutres in the orignal post are old) relocated the horns to behind the grille
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now if i had acces to some red paint i would have painted them red to look kinda like hella supertones
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biggreen96 wrote:well get out there and smash that geo around and get comfy.
1993 Legacy LS Awd: lifted, 4eat, higher mileage, and dirty.
1994 Legacy Turbo wagon: rwd, 4eat, and a faint knock..
1992 Legacy postal: bone stock, 4eat, blown reverse.
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Re: my well worn 1993 legacy l awd(LOTS OF PICTURES)

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beatersubi wrote:Nice clean car. Those headlights would look good in a surround to fit the stock headlight size w/ a flat piece of polycarbonate face. Evolutionmovement has some good info/knowledge posted on that subject if you're interested.
im interested in the info cause ive been throwing the idea of eclipse headlights around for a long time
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biggreen96 wrote:well get out there and smash that geo around and get comfy.
1993 Legacy LS Awd: lifted, 4eat, higher mileage, and dirty.
1994 Legacy Turbo wagon: rwd, 4eat, and a faint knock..
1992 Legacy postal: bone stock, 4eat, blown reverse.
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came out of a hobby shop after about a half hour and found this damage done to my car(pictures were taken once i got home)
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it looks like some lifted truck backed into my car, im lucky that, even though the radiator support is bent, it didnt damage the radiator. im a little ticked cause i recently replaced the left front fender and i cant get another post facelift fender in my area. the damage total is hood, left front fender, left headlight, left front cornerlight, a/c condenser, and grille. everything listed minus the condenser needs to be replaced but the plus side is i can still drive my car
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biggreen96 wrote:well get out there and smash that geo around and get comfy.
1993 Legacy LS Awd: lifted, 4eat, higher mileage, and dirty.
1994 Legacy Turbo wagon: rwd, 4eat, and a faint knock..
1992 Legacy postal: bone stock, 4eat, blown reverse.
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Re: my well worn 1993 legacy l awd(LOTS OF PICTURES)

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thats messed up, no witness's? no cams covering the lot?
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familydad wrote:thats messed up, no witness's? no cams covering the lot?
nothing to the best of my knowledge which sucks
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biggreen96 wrote:well get out there and smash that geo around and get comfy.
1993 Legacy LS Awd: lifted, 4eat, higher mileage, and dirty.
1994 Legacy Turbo wagon: rwd, 4eat, and a faint knock..
1992 Legacy postal: bone stock, 4eat, blown reverse.
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Re: my well worn 1993 legacy l awd(LOTS OF PICTURES)

Post by kimokalihi »

That's bullshit. I had my first legacy at walmart one time and came out to find someone had let their cart run wild and it had smashed into my car breaking the running light on the driver's side corner. That was nothing compared to your damage so I imagine you're pretty pissed off.
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I had some dipshit (I suspect woman in an SUV because of the nature of the damage, the general nature of women, and the mall demographic) cause $3k in damage to my Mazda 3 in a mall parking lot (and I VERY rarely go to the mall). The real shit was that I parked it way the hell away from everyone. If it had been the Subaru, it would have been maybe $500 with paint for a new fender if I couldn't have banged the old one out with a hammer even. Your damage is worse, though, in terms of amount, if not cost. I love how the friggin' morons drive the biggest, hardest to manage vehicles, but I guess that figures.
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Re: my well worn 1993 legacy l awd(LOTS OF PICTURES)

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i decided to fix the grille and re-design it after the damage so heres some progress pictures(by the way the flash broke so i had to use a snake light)
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Danny
biggreen96 wrote:well get out there and smash that geo around and get comfy.
1993 Legacy LS Awd: lifted, 4eat, higher mileage, and dirty.
1994 Legacy Turbo wagon: rwd, 4eat, and a faint knock..
1992 Legacy postal: bone stock, 4eat, blown reverse.
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Re: my well worn 1993 legacy l awd(LOTS OF PICTURES)

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I'm totally jealous of your fog lights. My head lights suuuuuuuuuuuckkk so bad. I replaced them with an hid kit that looked great, but it was kinda flakey. Only one side would light up. and then as soon as i figured out it was the ballast and got the new one, the other side stopped working. Is driving me insane. So i just switched back to my old dim ones that i can't tell if they're on or not. lol.
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originalcyn wrote:I'm totally jealous of your fog lights. My head lights suuuuuuuuuuuckkk so bad. I replaced them with an hid kit that looked great, but it was kinda flakey. Only one side would light up. and then as soon as i figured out it was the ballast and got the new one, the other side stopped working. Is driving me insane. So i just switched back to my old dim ones that i can't tell if they're on or not. lol.
i got my driving lights from wal mart and autozone, the smaller set under the headlights was about $23 from wal mart and the wider set towards the center were a little over $30 from autozone and have a seven color L.E.D in each housing and in my opinion have a better light distribution compaired to the wal mart ones, the wal mart ones are a narrower beam and the autozone ones are a wider beam and the set i, personally, prefer... i can take pictures if you want
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biggreen96 wrote:well get out there and smash that geo around and get comfy.
1993 Legacy LS Awd: lifted, 4eat, higher mileage, and dirty.
1994 Legacy Turbo wagon: rwd, 4eat, and a faint knock..
1992 Legacy postal: bone stock, 4eat, blown reverse.
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I'm reluctant to add fog lights despite how badly i want them. I have terrible luck with electrical.
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originalcyn wrote:I'm reluctant to add fog lights despite how badly i want them. I have terrible luck with electrical.
its super easy, im not the best with electrical but i got it done pretty effortlessly
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biggreen96 wrote:well get out there and smash that geo around and get comfy.
1993 Legacy LS Awd: lifted, 4eat, higher mileage, and dirty.
1994 Legacy Turbo wagon: rwd, 4eat, and a faint knock..
1992 Legacy postal: bone stock, 4eat, blown reverse.
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Maybe i'll give it a shot some day. i like big round fogs, but there's not really a good place to mount them on my bumper, at least not one i'm aware of.
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Smaller update, pictures of my "city lights". Used a set of seven color leds that were in a set of driving lights from autozone, now they are mounted in my headlight lenses. The blue quit working on both after I put them in the headlights so the colors are limited now.
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biggreen96 wrote:well get out there and smash that geo around and get comfy.
1993 Legacy LS Awd: lifted, 4eat, higher mileage, and dirty.
1994 Legacy Turbo wagon: rwd, 4eat, and a faint knock..
1992 Legacy postal: bone stock, 4eat, blown reverse.
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Re: my well worn 1993 legacy l awd(LOTS OF PICTURES)

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Find some used WRX wheels, it will clean up the look nicely.
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cartwheels wrote:Find some used WRX wheels, it will clean up the look nicely.
I have a set of forester alloys waiting for new tires then they go on.
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biggreen96 wrote:well get out there and smash that geo around and get comfy.
1993 Legacy LS Awd: lifted, 4eat, higher mileage, and dirty.
1994 Legacy Turbo wagon: rwd, 4eat, and a faint knock..
1992 Legacy postal: bone stock, 4eat, blown reverse.
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I like your fog light covers.
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Re: my well worn 1993 legacy l awd(LOTS OF PICTURES)

Post by Legacy777 »

So did you drill something in the bottom of the lenses to put in the LED's?
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Legacy777 wrote:So did you drill something in the bottom of the lenses to put in the LED's?
Yup, exactly that. Sized the rubber housing for the leds and drilled a hole on each lense.
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biggreen96 wrote:well get out there and smash that geo around and get comfy.
1993 Legacy LS Awd: lifted, 4eat, higher mileage, and dirty.
1994 Legacy Turbo wagon: rwd, 4eat, and a faint knock..
1992 Legacy postal: bone stock, 4eat, blown reverse.
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KInda an update, I picked up the plastic from a 2002 GMC Seirra front bumper for free because I found it in a ditch lol, my plan is to use an extra legacy front bumper and graft the driving light holes into the legacy bumper. Shoule be a fun project and totally one off.
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biggreen96 wrote:well get out there and smash that geo around and get comfy.
1993 Legacy LS Awd: lifted, 4eat, higher mileage, and dirty.
1994 Legacy Turbo wagon: rwd, 4eat, and a faint knock..
1992 Legacy postal: bone stock, 4eat, blown reverse.
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Are they the same plastic? Legacy bumpers are PP.
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