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    I hate flying, soo i was thinkin id try n drive myself to michigan from
    so-cal, in my festiva. mostly stock 91 fi 5 spd. put a header back exhaust on it, some audio, tune up, has 225000 miles and rising on it, but im thinking of throwing a b6 sohc in it. owned it 2 months now an ive already taken two road trips, whats one more? jes ive never gone more n 1500 miles. an that was in a truck. oh, its getting an aspire brake upgrade. have the parts jes need the time
    is not sposed ta do that...
    05 subaru legacy gt
    1991 nissan nx2000(almost awesome as a festiva, my first failed mtx)
    1988(?) festiva LX 5spd (rescued from crusher,aspire swap done, working on turbocharging the 1.3...)

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    Got 12" snow tires for sale in CA?
    '89L 110k mi. BP/G swapped
    '90LX 68k mi. wrecked 12/14 RIP
    '90 F250 4X4 105K mi.
    '13 Kia Rio 5 LX 40k mi.
    '14 Kia Rio 5 EX 44k mi. Daily
    '64 Studebaker Gran Turismo Hawk
    '66 International Harvester pickup

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    • #3
      affirmitive sir

      i live near death valley, and my daily commute takes me over a 5000 foot pass, which my festy doesnt like at all, hence the pining for a 1.6, and if you go up over 3000 feet chains are required, the police will turn you around if you dont have em, but im used to driving in snow with the usual tires, my first festiva had trailer tires on it when i purchased it, drove it like that all winter, i got some oddball nankang m+s tires on my current car, snow is fun, getting a squirrely festiva thru the snow is hilarious
      is not sposed ta do that...
      05 subaru legacy gt
      1991 nissan nx2000(almost awesome as a festiva, my first failed mtx)
      1988(?) festiva LX 5spd (rescued from crusher,aspire swap done, working on turbocharging the 1.3...)

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      • #4
        I'll say from this weeks experience that festy's make great road trippers 1100 miles in 22hrs
        It's a good thing you don't read the stickies, you might of learned something.Poverty produces creativity

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