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Subaru SVX abused by TOWTRUCK

Lots of ICE around here still & it ruined the day for the driver of this 92 Subaru SVX. Bad enough he slid into the ditch to avoid another car, but watching the towtruck guy drag it 30' along the ditch then finally literally jerk it out was far worse. Notice the long trail of mud in the ditch. I guess these cars are rather rare, especially the AWD model which this one is. Very nice car, he drove it away, slightly wounded.


 


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