After two years dialing in my latest wagon just right, I realized I've reached a point in my life where I no longer NEED a wagon. So I'm looking at moving on to a turbocharged 6-cylinder German sedan, and finding a new loving home for the wagon.
Cobb catted downpipeSTi up-pipe, resistor modSPT catbackGrimmspeed boost controllerBulletproofed stock TMICStage 2 Cryotune 91 octane
H&R Sport springsParanoid Fabrications 1/2 saggy butt spacersOEM shocks & strutsWhiteline rear sway barAVO rear sway bar bracketsMoog rear end linksStock wheels with brand new Continental ExtremeContact DWS06 215/45ZR17 installed in November 2018; 4-wheel alignment @ that time
The power is great, and the suspension is like perfect. The height / ride / handling of bumps feels great, pretty much like a high-performance factory suspension, but the sucker corners AWESOME. I love tearing it up around the local traffic circles.
I'm the third owner; I bought it in April 2016. The original owner had it garaged in St. Louis, MO until 2015 and drove it only 69K miles; the second owner was in Denver and had it only briefly before deciding the manual transmission didn't fit his commute. I have service records for the car's first 10 years of life; after that, I did all the maintenance and modifications.I replaced the timing belt, tensioner, and idlers in May 2016, with 72K miles.Both front axles are rebooted - the right in 2013, the left in 2016.Rotella T6 every 3K miles since I've had it; turbo feed banjo filter removed, of course.From the original owner, I have regular oil change receipts with Castrol Syntec.The brakes are all in the green.
Never been in a wreck, never a bit of rust, but it had the typical assortment of dings and paint issues to be expected of a 13YO car. So earlier this year I had it restored at a serious restoration shop; I have $6K in receipts from that.
More:Yakima roof rackTinted windowsGrimmSpeed front license plate mountRear luggage cover (both parts)Cargo bed linerDog barrier / compartment dividerJDM battery cover & power steering reservoir cover
The interior is excellent; the only problems are with the driver's seat. It has a scuff as pictured, and the bottom heater doesn't work; the back heater works.The Takata airbag recall service has been performed.
I will include a stock downpipe, which may be useful for passing emissions, but it just passed Colorado emissions with the current hardware and tune in place.
|“Creampuff - recently restored paint, conservatively tuned engine & suspension” |
| Year: || 2005 || VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): || 4S3BP676X56372306 |
| Mileage: || 88000 || Transmission: || Manual |
| Make: || Subaru || Body Type: || Wagon |
| Model: || Legacy || Warranty: || Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty |
| Trim: || GT Limited || Vehicle Title: || Clear |
| Engine: || 2.5 Turbo || Options: || 4-Wheel Drive, CD Player, Leather Seats, Sunroof |
| Drive Type: || AWD || Safety Features: || Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag |
| Power Options: || Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats || Sub Model: || Legacy GT |
| Fuel Type: || Gasoline || Exterior Color: || Silver |
| For Sale By: || Private Seller || Interior Color: || Black |
| Disability Equipped: || No || Number of Cylinders: || 4 |
| Drive Side: || Left-hand drive |