Love is what makes a Subaru a Subaru, and Josh and his wagon are no different.
I should start off by saying this isn't Josh's only car. Along with this awesome wagon Josh also owns a Mach 1. Odd combination, isn't it? Being attracted to muscle and Subarus can be hard, but as you can tell he loves one a little bit more.
I've known Josh for a little while, and its pretty obvious that he loves his Subaru. After all, that's what makes a Subaru a Subaru. Through broken clutches and worn out bearings, Josh never lets this wagon die, and even though the exterior isn't perfect, it looks darn good.
Even though Josh also owns his Mach 1, he says that the Subaru draws way more attention. Whether it's car meets or just driving around town, this wagon draws eyes. Even to the untrained eye, it's pretty obvious that this Subaru is a good find.
With slight additions all around, Josh adds his own bit of flavor to this car while also keeping the genuine feel of the brand. I also love to see a car with true purpose, and this 2.5 RS pulls it off. The only thing stronger than a dream is a dream with purpose.
Even though most Subarus recognized today WRX's and STi's, it's refreshing to see something different. A throwback to an arguably better day for Subaru, and a time before everything was flush to the ground and unoriginal.
I'd like to thank Josh for his time and patience. As a fellow Subaru owner (and even though I'm biased) I loved the experience, and I know this wagon will be in good hands for the years to come!