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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-16-2013, 03:01 PM Thread Starter
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FS: (TX) 06 Outback 3.0R VDC/NAV

Selling my Outback:

2006 Obsidian Black, Limited 3.0R VDC/Nav, 101K Miles

$12,900 OBRO

The Good:
Version 8.0 (2013) maps for navigation
Parrot Bluetooth
Hella horns
K&N Drop in Filter
23mm Cusco front sway with AVO bushings
AVO ajustable end links (F/R)
20mm Whiteline rear sway with AVO mount braces
All fluids changed recently, Power steering flush, synthetic front and rear diffs and transmission.
6000 miles on Nitto Motivos
Tinted
New Duralast Gold Battery
All electronics work.

The sorta bad:
Had a front end accident early in its life (previous owner) but did not bend any metal. original fenders, hood, radiator support and front bumper. Looks like just the front bumper cover was replaced.
I have a scrape and dent on the passenger side (see pictures)
typical knicks and bumps for nearly 100K.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 05-17-2013, 02:43 PM Thread Starter
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Bump up on list and down on price...
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Bump-pity price and mileage update.
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sweet looking ride!

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Thanks, I actually love my Outback. I just want something sportier and more modifiable.. Its a hobby (read as sickness) to tinker with cars.
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Sorry for the two bumps in a day but I heard from the dealer and they are willing to give me $12K for my Outback. If someone on the board wants it for that then I will sell it instead of trade. I would rather it go to a Subaru person than the dealer and I don't have to strip out all the aftermarket stuff....
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Thanks, I actually love my Outback. I just want something sportier and more modifiable.. Its a hobby (read as sickness) to tinker with cars.
Modifiable? Really? You could do so much with this engine. It is easier to program than mine. Can you say extreme boost?
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A Legacy GT is considerably easier to mod just on the strength of available parts. And that's before you even get out of the legacy platform let alone jump to another model or brand.

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