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**sleepysubie** 03-22-2012 02:35 PM

FS: Utah 2005 Legacy Outback XT 5 speed
 
Hey everyone I'm selling a 2005 SUbaru Legacy Limited Outback XT with manual 5 speed trans. The car is 100% stock and has Timing belt done and all fluids changed. Also i just replaced the rear wheel bearings. It currently has 123,459 miles and is a super solid car. It has 1 small scrape on the rear bumper, but i could have it painted if buyer would like. Everything in the interior works and it has black leather and a huge sunroof as well as heated seats. The reason for the higher miles is that we took it up to montana and northern idaho quite a bit to visit family and go to our cabin in W.Yellowstone. If your reading this you know how rare this car is, as they only imported 1500 wagons with turbo and 5spd total in the usa. Please Call with any questions. 801 656 7099 Ryan
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ktmrider 03-22-2012 09:20 PM

Just an FYI the LGT Wagon 5MT is/was rare. OBXT was easy to get in 5MT thru 2009.

And you'll need a price and VIN minimum as per the site rules.

BXR4T 03-23-2012 12:45 AM

hmm... interesting.. waiting on price

**sleepysubie** 03-23-2012 12:14 PM

Id like 13k but an flexible and open to offers
Vin#4s4bp7c756300092

BXR4T 03-23-2012 08:22 PM

Is there a reason you are looking for 13k? It seems kinda high, especially with those miles. Were any repairs recently done that would help the buyer know that the car would last?

**sleepysubie** 03-23-2012 10:38 PM

As it says above timing belt was just done @ 123455. Also changed all fluids, car has new slave and matter clutch cylinders. As well as diff and Trans fluids just done. Clutch and brake fluid also done. As well as the rear wheel bearings. Also it includes a 2yr 24000 mile warranty if sold through my business. Please direct An
y questions via text to my cell phone 801 656 7099 Ryan

ktmrider 03-23-2012 10:45 PM

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Originally Posted by **sleepysubie** (Post 3812555)
Id like 13k but an flexible and open to offers
Vin#4s4bp7c756300092

You 100% on that VIN?!? Should be *BP6* not 7.

BXR4T 03-24-2012 03:07 AM

Thank you. These are points that will definitely help you with selling your vehicle.

keithk831 03-25-2012 10:50 AM

I haven't priced out any OBXTs, but LGTs with that many miles are being listed for under $10k.

TiddzyLGT 03-25-2012 01:06 PM

Nice car. But asking for 13k with 120k+ miles on the car is a bit much.

Also, I think I've seen this car driving around the University in Salt Lake. Its always a head turner.

**sleepysubie** 03-26-2012 03:19 PM

Oh, also i've decided to sell the car through my work. In doing so, i can offer a 2yr 24000 mile warranty on the drivetrain. With that warranty I'd like 12,995 with out the warranty i'd like 11995. With the warranty you can take it to any subaru dealer nation wide for warranty claims and service.

This is how i came up with the pricing
http://www.nadaguides.com/Cars/2005/...dard-Equipment

Learjet45 03-26-2012 05:29 PM

KBB private party "excellent" condition for a car like yours is under $10.5k. However, the warranty does help. Either way, GLWS! You have a very clean Outback. She looks very nice :)

**sleepysubie** 03-27-2012 03:31 PM

Nobody in the automotive industry used kbb unless your trading in your car so they can rape you. Then they sell it at nada retail which is the industry standard as well as they most reliable source for market prices. Either way. Like i said thats what i'd like but i'm open to all offers. Also i can take trades through my work. Bump

tjpete04 03-27-2012 06:48 PM

^^^
I'm an insurance adjuster and I agree with the OP. KBB is crap, should never be used to value a car.

When we settle total losses we usually use NADA as a ball park figure and then use comparables to nail down a settlement.

**sleepysubie** 04-03-2012 09:58 PM

$10,900 Bump. Bought a Tribeca


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