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  1. Prompted by info and a good link from Don earlier this year, https://www.carsaddiction.com/articles/2018/02/abandoned-subaru-ghost-car-showroom#&gid=1&pid=1 , I happen to be staying just up the road from this abandoned Subaru dealership with a few 1990's era classics and a rare XT coupe ( pre- Impreza era). It's an amazing sight. The place was still there this morning, as it was when it was last in use ages ago. Sorry for the poor quality photos but I thought worth sharing. If you ever go to Malta it's worth looking up, it must be unique. The old unregistered rust free (apparently 2 wd) classic wagon would still make a great little motor for taking the dog out! Wierd that among the crappy newish peugots and toyotas etc ( not just the hire car) the neighbours both sides of where we are staying still have a beaten up little Subaru van and a very old Justy. p.s. Malta might be described as a " poor country" but this has some benefits. After a tyre on the hire car going flat within a couple of hours ( suspicious?) it was repaired very quickly at one of the tyre specialists attached to many of the local fuel stations, for a total of 5 euros!
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