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For Sale: My Crystal Grey Metallic 2005 WRX Wagon w/ 48k miles - $14,500
And here is a shot without the stickers:
And with the stock wheels:
I'll get some interior / engine bay shots soon.
Last month I helped my mom buy a Subaru Forester, and after driving it for a month when I was on the mainland, I decided I want one. The WRX is in perfect running condition, has been a great car, but it's also my 8th Impreza. It's time to step into something different.
The stickers have only been on the car for a few months and will come off no problem. The roof has grey vinyl over it to protect it from salty boards.
I'm not into heavily modifying cars or ruining their dependability. But, I do like setting them up to be a little bit more fun and practical. So, I gave the car an STI suspension setup for better handling but also gave it a 1" lift while I was at it for cruising up on the beach. The tires are a little oversized, so the car sits 2.5" taller than a stock WRX - and still drives like a fun car.
Cobb Accessport V1 (w/ stage 1 map)
Full '04 STI Suspension
Subtle Solutions 1" Lift Kit
Paranoid Fabrications 3/8" Saggy Butt Spacers
Bridgestone Potenza G019 Grid (215/55/17)
Rota Torque Rims (17 x 7.5)
Primitive Racing Skidplate (3/16")
Primitive Racing Rear Differential Skidplate (3/16")
I do have the stock wheels w/ no tires. I will bring the price down a little bit if I get to keep my Rota Torques since they'll fit on a Forester, too.