You Need This: Clean Subaru Brat–jump seats included

Colin
By Colin Wood
Nov 17, 2023 | Subaru, Cars For Sale, Subaru Brat, Facebook Marketplace, Brat

Photography Courtesy Mary Lowery/Facebook Marketplace

The Subaru Brat might not be the fastest way to get from point A to point B, but it can certainly get you where you are going if the pavement disappears.

This one for sale on Facebook Marketplace is billed as being “very dependable,” and retains those Chicken Tax-dodging jump seats.

The listing also says that the Brat’s window sticker and original bill of sale are included.

Located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, this Subaru Brat can be yours for $9000 cash.

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Appleseed
Appleseed MegaDork
11/17/23 6:17 p.m.

Hnnnnngh.  *heavy breathing *

Snowdoggie (Forum Supporter)
Snowdoggie (Forum Supporter) UltraDork
11/17/23 6:19 p.m.

I had a 4X4 station wagon that same year when I lived in Colorado. It was great in the snow.

aircooled
aircooled MegaDork
11/17/23 8:34 p.m.

How many spare head gaskets does it come with?

An old roommate had one of those (model before the rear seatbelts).  It seemed like he did head gaskets annually,

SkinnyG (Forum Supporter)
SkinnyG (Forum Supporter) PowerDork
11/17/23 9:28 p.m.
aircooled said:

It seemed like he did head gaskets annually,

Don't all Subaru owners?

Brett_Murphy (Agent of Chaos)
Brett_Murphy (Agent of Chaos) GRM+ Memberand MegaDork
11/18/23 12:48 a.m.
Appleseed said:

Hnnnnngh.  *heavy breathing *

Correct.

 

David S. Wallens
David S. Wallens Editorial Director
11/20/23 3:25 p.m.

Not sure which I have loved more: spare tire under the hood or ski grips for the rear passengers? 

pointofdeparture
pointofdeparture GRM+ Memberand UltimaDork
11/20/23 3:35 p.m.
SkinnyG (Forum Supporter) said:
aircooled said:

It seemed like he did head gaskets annually,

Don't all Subaru owners?

These EA81 engines were actually pretty bulletproof, as were most Subaru engines up until about 1996 (EA82T excepted). They're a popular aircraft engine for a reason!

Failures on these are more likely to be due to poor maintenance or the marginally-sized radiator core for US driving habits instead of questionable design like the later EJ engines.

NOHOME
NOHOME MegaDork
11/20/23 4:27 p.m.

So if I stab a couple of baby seats in the back with some maybe not real babies attached, that would fly, legally speaking?

Guess its no different than a Ford Bronco really.

 

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