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Missing My Favorite Car

Ahhh the good ol’ days. Looking at pictures of my 2003 Subaru Baja makes me happy because I loved that car, and sad because I don’t have it anymore. My Subaru Baja was a stick shift so it had a lot of get-up-and-go. I loved driving it. It wasn’t very comfortable on long rides, but it was just such a cool car. I ended up selling it in 2007 to improve my DTI (debt to income) and buy a house. Selling the Baja was the right thing to do, but it wasn’t easy. If I ever fell into a pile of money I’d buy a Baja again just for fun. It doesn’t have much room for kids in the back, giving me an excuse to go joy riding solo!

What was your favorite car or truck? Why did you have to say good-bye to it?

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