In the abandoned Subaru showroom from the 90s, new cars appearedSeptember 12, 2019
Why the owner collects old cars is unknown
The exposition of the closed Subaru dealership on the island of Malta, information about which appeared in early 2018, was replenished with new cars. To Japanese models from the 80-90s, German cars of the same period were added.
Photos of the Subaru dealership on the island of Malta, in the showroom of which are the old Impreza, Justy and the XT four-wheel drive coupe discontinued, were published in February 2018 by the authors of the Casaddiction blog. A video published on the eve of the show shows an expanded exhibition of the cabin: behind the glass you can see the Audi 80, second-hand Subaru Legacy and Volkswagen Beetle. Almost nothing is known about the owner of the cars.
According to Casaddiction, the dealership, once the only one on the island, could not stand the competition with the new Subaru importers. Most buyers went to them, and unsold cars remained in the showroom. At the same time, as local residents say, several years ago the owner of the salon periodically appeared in the building at the workplace, but now this rarely happens.
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