Normal wear and tear for brakes, battery, and tires.
Replaced alternator and serviced air conditioning after 19 years.
Replaced c-v joints at 90,000 miles.
Replaced front-end bushings at 135,000 miles.
Have replaced a few exhaust systems over time.
Timing belt and water pumps at 60,000 mile intervals.
Rust has taken over at the rear quarter panels and hood leading edge.
We purchased the Subaru DL wagon with automatic transmission and air conditioning in 1988 for $10,100 as we were expecting our second child and had to replace one of our two two door coupes.
The car was spartan, with a rougher, noisy ride, but was also reliable and low cost to drive and maintain.
This has been a great family car that we have passed on throughout the family over the years. I am finally at the point of letting go due to the extensive body work that will be required to keep it on the road. 140,000 miles with an engine that is no where near ready to quit, but leaks oil.
I would buy another new if I could.