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2005 LegGT Wagon 5EAT
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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Year, Make and Model: 2005 Subaru Legacy GT Wagon
Color: Garnet Red Pearl
Miles: 87,000
Transmission: 5 Speed Auto
Title: In Hand - Clean
Lien: None
Location: Orlando, Fl
VIN: 4S3BP686954338576
Seller's email address: @ gmail. com
Asking Price: $14,500

Well, I picked her up when she had only 9k miles on her about 5 years ago and have been in love with her ever since. We have gone through rough times (new front bumper and hood thanks to a small incident in a shopping mall parking and brand new engine curtsey of SOA and only has 20K miles on it.)

Now, my heart is broken as I need to sell her and get a fuel efficient car like an Elantra due to me having a 70+ mile daily commute and having to fuel up every 4 days. Can't get a car until I sell mine.

Oil change done today.

Cobb SF Intake and cold air box
Cobb AccesPort Ver2
CNT Hi-FLow catted downpipe
GReddy SP2 cat-back
PDX E-Tune Stg.2 map
Zero/Sport Cool Action radiator panel
Zero/Sport Cool Action intercooler panel
Zero/Sport magnetic oil drain plug
Gimmick 160º T-Stat
Grimspeed EBCS
GrimmSpeed lightweight pulley
GrimmSpeed air-oil separator
STi radiator cap
Kartboy exhaust hangers
Hays transmision oil cooler

Epic lowering springs
KYB GR-2 shocks
JDM 20mm rear sway bar
Whiteline front sway bar
Cusco Ver.2 front under brace
Cusco Vacanza Ver.2 rear under brace
Cobb rear say bar mounts re-enforcement brackets
AVO front/rear end links
Godridge SS Brake lines
DBA 4000 slotted front/rear rotors
Front/Rear STi Brembo Calipers
Hawk HPS pads f/r
GrimmSpeed master cylinder brace
RalliTek 5EAT trans. bushing insert

18x8 bronze Rota P45F (street)
235/40/18 Bridgestone RE760 (street)
Muteki SR35 black lug nuts

ARC carbon fiber lip scoop extension
JDM SOJ one piece rain visors
RavSpec V-Limited lip spoiler
JDM side strakes
JDM 5EAT aluminum pedals and foot rest
RallyArmor mud flaps
ProSport Boost & Oil Press in dash cubby with Cubbypod
Apexcone 5000K H.I.D. kit
20% tints on rest of rear windows
OEM subwoofer
OEM 2007 interior wood trim
Lamin-X yellow fog overlays
Lamin-X smoke back-up overlays
Lamin-X red 3rd brake light overlay

And no, not parting out right now. ;)

Usual wear and tear:

All service records 38+ (some with multiple pages) documented and available but too much to scan or fax so any Subie dealer can pull by VIN:

Yes, will include the binder with sale. ;)

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01 VDC, 05 R Sedan, 06 BAJA EJ257
16,305 Posts
Don't buy a Korean car. You'll regret it.

Keep the Subie, just keep your foot out of it. Gas is cheaper than car payment and gas.

'05 OBXT
453 Posts
Tastefully my foot. That thing is stunning!

2019 Jeep Rubicon Unlimited
619 Posts
I know this car... It's a beauty. Leo really knew what he wanted to do with it, and it shows. This is a really nice car.

For a wagon.

'07 OBXT Ltd. 5EAT, Charcoal Gray; '70 Chevy K10 4X4, 396c.i., lifted; '63 Pontiac Tempest, 326c.i.
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If you get a wild hair and decide to return to stock on some parts, I might be willing to take some of the aftermarket things off your hands.

I've learned on previous cars, you never get back out what you put into it. You could take off most of those upgrades, return them to stock, and still get as much money for it. The only other person that will give you a premium for that car with upgrades is another Subaru enthusiast. But they likely have their own toys. So for getting the most out of your car, parting out the upgrades is usually the optimal choice.

But I understand your reservation with pulling parts - especially if you don't have the stock stuff anymore. Your car is a work of art. I have a stock 2007 OBXT- not sure what crosses over to your 05 LGT. But if you're interested in trading parts (and me giving you money, of course) I'd be happy to have a chat with you.

Good luck!

557 Posts
man, good luck to you!

i agree keep the car and lighten up on the right foor :)

i love that style.

how much is premium out there?


22,806 Posts
Unless one of your close friends who knows the car wants it - no one buys modded cars these days. Far far too many yahoos messing with expensive hardware to take the risk financially unless your dropping cash on a play toy which case a 911 Turbo has a better chance of getting sold in modded format.

Take it back to stock - get your foot out of it - sell the modded gear for some good money and your way ahead of the game.

2005 LegGT Wagon 5EAT
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Discussion Starter · #12 ·
Thanks guys!

Premium (93) here is about $3.88 gal.
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