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VR4Rob 12-02-2012 07:10 PM

FS (AL): 2005 Legacy GT Limited 5MT Wagon - SOLD
 
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Sold sold sold!

Year, Make and Model: 2005 Subaru Legacy GT Limited Wagon
Color: Satin White Pearl
Miles: 136,xxx miles
Transmission: 5 speed MT
Title: In hand
Lien: None
Location: Huntsville, AL
Seller's email address: robertdlatham@gmail.com

More detailed pictures here: https://picasaweb.google.com/1018417...eat=directlink

http://legacygt.com/forums/attachmen...8&d=1354716648

Tan Leather interior
Factory subwoofer
Factory sunroof

Modifications:
18x8 SSR Type C wheels - recently reconditioned
Spec B Bilstein struts and tophats
Cobb sport springs
Cobb catted downpipe
STi catless uppipe
Cobb Stage 2 tune via AccessPort
WRX single mass flywheel
ACT HD Clutch
TSK3 throwout bearing and snout sleeve
Aftermarket thermostat (fails open rather than closed)
Weathertech molded rubber floor mats in tan

Maintenance:
Timing belt, tensioner, water pump, pulleys, accessory belts, spark plugs and coolant flush at 107K
Rear wheel bearings at 70K
Front wheel bearings at 90K
New passenger side front axle at 90K
New passenger side valve cover gasket at 135K
New windshield at 115K
New Subaru Extra S trans and rear diff fluid at 125K

Comes with everything listed here and also:
Stock wheels with decent Yokohama tires
AccessPort
Stock uppipe
Parts for driver's side valve cover gasket

This car has been a southern car it's entire life. It's first two owners were in Georgia and I have lived in Alabama the entire time owning the car. Outside of a few flurries, the car has virtually never seen snow. The undercarriage is very very clean and there is virtually no rust on any brake or suspension component. I can't stress how wonderful and rare this is in the Subie world.

The car runs great and is completely ready for many more miles. It has been a great DD for me but after almost 4 years it's time to move on. I have meticulously maintained this car and the oil has been changed every 5K miles with Mobil1 or more recently Rotella T6. Most of the miles on this car have come on the highway so there are some rock chips but otherwise the paint has been recently claybared, polished, and waxed and it looks great.

TurboLag23 12-02-2012 11:19 PM

Dammit, still saving up!!! I would be on this in a heartbeat, even from across the country :(

Oh well, my time will soon come. GLWS!

Aracheon 12-03-2012 12:18 AM

SWP wagon... NOM NOM NOM...

DK76 12-03-2012 04:54 PM

Mmmm, beautiful.

SBT 12-03-2012 11:26 PM

Great looking wagon, 1 of only 61. Please load some interior photos too.

BarManBean 12-04-2012 06:57 AM

Damn. Wish this had a few less miles on it. Still tempting...

VR4Rob 12-04-2012 07:41 AM

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Originally Posted by SBT (Post 4185603)
Great looking wagon, 1 of only 61. Please load some interior photos too.

Thanks! It really is quite a rare and beautiful combination but funny enough two of my friends own other exact configuration cars. I will get some of the interior photos up here shortly. The site was giving me an error on the larger files so I will resize them and try again.

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Originally Posted by BarManBean (Post 4185787)
Damn. Wish this had a few less miles on it. Still tempting...

I figured that would be the initial sentiments of many folks that see this car. I can understand it but honestly I would rather have this car over one in the 80-90K range. All of the major maintenance has been done and it's ready to roll. Overall it's very clean and you'd never guess it has that kind of mileage looking at the outside.

BarManBean 12-04-2012 07:43 AM

Yeah, perfectly normal mileage for the year and you're right that maintenance has been done. I'm more in the camp of convincing my wife that I should switch from a car with 70k miles to a car with 130k miles just aint gonna happen.

Although I will be in AL in January...

SBT 12-04-2012 08:45 AM

If it were 5EAT, we'd likely be talking. Sincerely, GLWYS on a very nice wagon.

VR4Rob 12-04-2012 09:50 AM

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Originally Posted by BarManBean (Post 4185855)
Yeah, perfectly normal mileage for the year and you're right that maintenance has been done. I'm more in the camp of convincing my wife that I should switch from a car with 70k miles to a car with 130k miles just aint gonna happen.

Although I will be in AL in January...

You can just tell her "Because 3 pedals!!" :)

If you're anywhere near Huntsville, you should stop by. It's a great place if you've never been. There's always cold beer in my fridge for any wagon owner ;)

BarManBean 12-04-2012 09:54 AM

Gonna be in / around Birmingham. Not close but not far.

VR4Rob 12-05-2012 07:18 AM

Bump, interior and other new pics added.

TurboLag23 12-06-2012 02:31 PM

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Originally Posted by VR4Rob (Post 4185852)
Thanks! It really is quite a rare and beautiful combination but funny enough two of my friends own other exact configuration cars.

If your friends are ever interested in selling their cars in a year or more, tell them to come to this site and talk to TurboLag23. I would be VERY interested by that time; hopefully I will have scraped together enough money to pick one up by then.

SWP/tan/manual is my ideal combo; you're unfortunately just a little early for me to jump on this specific one.

Haha sorry to be "that guy", but I like to think ahead. GLWS

phillyd 12-06-2012 07:44 PM

+1 for wagon and seller. I've been in this car many times, it is actually the LGT that convinced me to get one of my own. Also, you won't find many folks out there as particular as VR4Rob, he takes very good care of his belongings. This is going to may someone a happy new wagon owner. GLWS!

VR4Rob 12-07-2012 07:12 AM

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Originally Posted by TurboLag23 (Post 4189910)
If your friends are ever interested in selling their cars in a year or more, tell them to come to this site and talk to TurboLag23. I would be VERY interested by that time; hopefully I will have scraped together enough money to pick one up by then.

SWP/tan/manual is my ideal combo; you're unfortunately just a little early for me to jump on this specific one.

Haha sorry to be "that guy", but I like to think ahead. GLWS

Like they say, there's no time like the present :)

Quote:

Originally Posted by phillyd (Post 4190298)
+1 for wagon and seller. I've been in this car many times, it is actually the LGT that convinced me to get one of my own. Also, you won't find many folks out there as particular as VR4Rob, he takes very good care of his belongings. This is going to may someone a happy new wagon owner. GLWS!

Thanks phillyd!!


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