A Subaru Forestar dies at the age of 50, with its owner devastated.
The Subaru Foresters were sold for more than $5 million in 2012, and the family bought one for the last time in 2017.
In an interview with CBC News, the man who bought the car in 2009 said the car had been in the family for almost 20 years.
“It was a beautiful car, a nice car,” said the man, who asked not to be named.
“I remember it being a great car, and it’s a shame because it’s gone.”
“It’s just been a really, really sad day,” he said.
“You know, I’ve been through so much in my life and to just be left in this state is just a really sad thing.”‘
We’ve never really had a car that was like this’After the car was sold, the family was able to sell it, and they were able to buy another Subaru Forerunner for their daughter.
“They’re always saying, ‘Oh, my gosh, you’ve got to sell your car.
You’ve got no money,'” said the family’s oldest son, Mark.
“We’ve had so many offers, we’ve had everything from a brand new car to a used car.”
But the family has never had a Subaru that had been so different from the rest of the Subaru lineup.
“I just think we’ve never had anything like this,” said Mark.
The family has been able to move on with their lives.
“It’s not like we’re going to die, it’s not that, it’ll just be, ‘Okay, we’ll go back to normal life,'” said Mark, who lives in Surrey, British Columbia.
“But you know, it doesn’t really matter.”