FS (WA): 2005 Legacy GT Limited Wagon - Stage 4
Year, Make and Model: 2005 Subaru Legacy GT Limited Wagon
Color: Obsidian Black Pearl (OBP)
Transmission: 5 Speed Manual
Title: Clear - no accidents
Lien: No liens
Location: Seattle, WA
VIN: 4S3 BP6 762563 19003
Seller's email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Asking Price: $27,000 (everything), $17.5k (car only)
Payment Terms: cash, or wire transfer
Shipping/Delivery: For the price of a plane ticket, I'll deliver to North America. Otherwise, this is your burden. If you hire a transport company, I'll get the car to a Seattle location to meet them. If you want to fly in, I'll meet you at the Seattle airport.
Setup: Includes a corner balance & alignment to your specs
For sale is my 2005 Legacy GT Limited wagon, OBP with black leather. I'm the original owner, having ordered it in June 2004 and picking it up from Carter Subaru in Aug 2004. It was a daily driver for several years, then a weekend toy for a few more, and now its mostly a track toy. This was supposed to be my "forever" car and was treated as such with maintenance being done early.
The original engine failed when #1 piston failed and #1 rod was ejected from the block. The rebuild that ensued was long and expensive. It was built to be a reliable track car that could be daily driven.
It was dealer serviced (all maintanence thru 105k service plus oil changes) until 95k. The transmission was rebuilt at 97k miles. The engine/turbo/heads/suspension were replaced at 101k miles. Alignments & corner balance & brake bleed @ 103k, 107k, 112k. Oil changes interval under dealer were ~3k. Oil changes after 101k were prior to each track event or 700 miles (which ever came first).
Shops doing the work (more or less chronological order):
Carter Subaru, Shoreline, WA
All Wheel Drive Automotive, Kirkland, WA
Outback Automotive, Auburn, WA
TC Motorports, Auburn, WA
Upgrade list (copying from this post - http://legacygt.com/forums/showthrea....html?t=181893):
2006 Forester XT engine short block (approx 20k miles on block), first build by Outfront Performance in CA, second build by Outback Automotive
Forced Performance HTA68 turbo
Cobb Turbo Heat Shield
PTP Turbo blanket
ProcessWest Intercooler with shroud
Group N engine & transmission mounts
Invidia high-perf catted DP
Cobb catless cast stainless uppipe
walbro 655 fuel pump
Grimmspeed AOS (this should be replaced with a Crawford V2 AOS + catchcan)
Grimmspeed 3-port boost controller
Suspension (all changed at 101k miles):
BC Racing coilovers, with camber plates, and rear extension adjusters
AVO underchassis brace
Whiteline ALK (M)
Whiteline LCA, steering rack, bump steer, shifter mount, reaer diff mount bushings
Centric Premium brake rotors
Hawk HPS brake pads
Goodridge SS brakelines
Motul RBF 600 Brake fluid DOT4 - full bleed (by hand) @ 112k
All 4 hubs replaced at 111k miles
window stickers from Outback automotive and TC Motorsports (can be removed)
DRL delete (can be enabled)
Silverstar low beams lights
the front bumper has scrapes, and one deep gouge
various door dings, and 2 dimples that match Carter Subaru's jack handle
35% tint on all glass with a darker tint on the upper 6 inches of the windshield
has stock carpeted floormats
has rubber cargo tray
We carried a dog for years. My wife cleaned it religously for years. (a custom 3 layer waterproof protective tarp was always between the dog and the carpet
the rear door cards in the area of the hand rest have permanent dog claw marks
the front passenger door has a dent in the leather
4 mounted tire sets
- 235/40/17 BFG R1 on Enkei PF01 (17x8) (<500 miles)
- 235/45/17 BFG KDW2 on MB wheels (17x7) (4 track days)
- 225/40/18 Michelin Super Sports on gold Enkei RPf1 (18x8) (<5k miles)
2 unmounted tire sets
- 225/45/17 Dunlop SP Sport 01 (<3k miles) - sold
- 225/45/17 Michelin Pilot Sport A/S Plus (<3k miles)
1 wheel set (no tires)
- stock wheels (17x7) (101k miles)
OEM front/rear swaybars with mounting hardware @ 95k miles
OEM front/rear struts/springs @ 101k miles - sold
OEM turbo @ 105k miles (condition is unknown) - sold to seattleite
Grimmspeed delrin oil cap (BNIB from infamous)
Hella Horns (BNIB from Outback automotive) - sold to LegacyKid5
Tactrix 2.0 kit (includes all cables, instructions, parts)
AiM Solo DL datalogger with software and an intro to using it
15 gallons (or less) Chevron 15w-40 Heavy Duty Turbo Diesel truck oil
All Hawk brake pads (some have more life than others), including a newer set of DTC70 front pads
Carbon Fiber camera mounting system in stealth black (sold on this forum)
Yakima rack, with bike & snowboard rack & luggage carrier basket
GoPro 2 (outdoors edition) + motorsports mounting bracket + underwater case + bracket for mounting on Carbon fiber camera mounting system
All manuals (as delivered from factory), plus Chilton manual
All service records, including transmission rebuild, engine rebuild, alignments, dyno charts
Dyno'ed at 310HP/335TQ in March 2012 on ~95 octane. redline 7000rpm. TQ curve is flat from 3500 to 7000rpm. Boost is 19.2 psi
AiM Datalogger showed 1.25G cornering on R1's
Will lap Pacific Raceways at 1:39 and Ridge Motorsports at 1:57
Yes, this car was tracked. At 101k, it was built to run lapping events, with a goal of longevity and reliability and a matching spend. All maintenance since the rebuild has been early and frequent.
Sad that your selling it but sometimes you have to just move on to better things.
That Mod list :D
GLWS man :)
Glad to see you're not serious about selling your car :)
I know I should spend 6 months returning it to stock and sell the parts off seperately. I'd get about the same amount +/- 5k. In the meantime, I can still drive a nice car.
good and fast costs money. the spare parts list is damned expensive to duplicate.
uploaded pics, added another set of tires, dropped the price, too.
but you forgot to insert your VIN#
bump for a price drop
20k for the car
30k for everything (car + 4 sets of mounted wheels/tires, 2 sets unmounted, 2.5 sets of brake rotors, 3 sets of brake pads, all the OEM parts that were removed)
will start posting the extra items this week - tire/wheel sets, oem parts, oil
drop price $2500 to $17,500
Impressive list you have going there. If you were to sell extras I'd be interested in the stock wheels with the snows. Good luck with your sale otherwise!
Spent a fortune to make this into a track car. Save yourself thousands and go right to tracking it...
bump - wife still wants it sold
If you'd be interested in selling the hella horns that you haven't installed yet I'd like to talk about picking those up. Let me know.
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