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    fear that crazy JDM

    that crazy japanese domestic market. Talk about interesting styling:

    http://www.subaru.co.jp/transcare/index.html

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    Um, I don't think that's styling, my man...that's to help people in wheelchairs or with other mobility disablements to get into their cars.
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