Monday, February 23, 2015

5k: Generally Useful: 1988 Subaru Justy General Lee Themed Snow Plow

As the Eastern coast of this great continent is inundated with yet another snowstorm of apocalyptic proportions, I can't help but feel that we of more temperate climates should help out.  How?  For starters, we could spend some of our sun bathing* time searching for vehicles that would help out our Arctic friends.  With that in mind, I'd like to present this 1988 Subaru Justy General Lee themed snow plow offered for $2,999 in Columbus, OH Montana. Tip from Nick.


The Subaru Justy was a hatchback (with available 4WD) built in Japan and imported to the US from 1987 to 1994.  It isn't particularly pretty and it won't win you an car show trophies, but I think it would give you a lot of fun for low bucks and ranks pretty high in internet respect points as a project vehicle. This one has been turned into a snow plow and a "replica" General Lee from the Dukes of Hazzard.  Of course everyone knows the real General Lee was a Nissan Sentra so the idea of making a Justy version is ridiculous. 



See a better car for driving with your Hazzard lights on?  tips@dailyturismo.com

*At the time of writing this piece, I must admit there are a few drops of water on the ground here in SoCal...and I don't think it is a neighbor's cat wetting my wife's flowers again.

5 comments:

  1. This appears to be in Columbus, Montana, not Columbus, Ohio.

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  2. I'm imagining them using this car to create the dirt ramps on the set of the original show. Don't ruin it for me.

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  3. OK, doc, go ahead and pull the plug. I have seen it all.

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  4. In DTs search for the cookey and crazy, I think this one is perfect.

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  5. Daisy's next car after Bo and Luke totaled her jeep.

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