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#1: 03-23-2013, 11:03 PM
FS VA (NoVA): 2005 Legacy GT Limited Wagon 5-Speed
 
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Location: Arlington, VA
Car: 2005 Legacy GT Lmt Wagon 5-speed
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Year, Make and Model: 2005 Subaru Legacy GT Limited Wagon
Color: REGAL BLUE PEARL w/ tan leather interior (1 of 89 made)
Miles: 115,xxx
Transmission: 5 Speed Manual
Title: Clear – no major accidents. In 2006 the left rear door had a minor dent in a parking lot accident. I had it repaired/repainted, no issues—you cannot tell there was damage
Lien: No liens – title in hand
Location: Arlington, VA
VIN: 4S3BP676156316030
Seller's email address: Steven.Leutner at gmail dot com
Asking Price: $12,000 Obo

Factory Accessories:
Short throw shifter
Momo shift knob
Subwoofer
STI billet pedals
Cargo tray/mat
Two sets of floor mats, carpet and rubber
Auto dimming rearview mirror

Non-Factory Accessories:
Clear bra
2008 Spec-B 18” 10 spoke wheels with newer Conti Contact Extreme DWS Ultra-high performance all season tires (on car now)
2005 Original new-condition 17” 5 spoke wheels with new Blizzak snow tires
Aux-in for stereo with iPhone cable
Tint
A few Prodrive engine trim pieces

I am the second owner of this car and I have owned it since the summer of 2006. I purchased it in Utah with about 8K miles on it.

This car is one of the first 2005s made with a manufacture date of June 2004.

The car is very good condition—8/10. For all but the last year I have kept her in a garage and I am a non-smoker. There is some wear showing on the driver’s seat. The rest of the interior is clean. The car has a clear bra that covers the entire front of the car. There are a few small paint chips on the exterior. In 2009 I had a set of GT7 wheels on and I hit a large pothole and flat-spotted all 4 wheels, I then replace the GT7s with stronger Spec-B wheels that are on the car now—you may see this "accident" on a Carfax--I’m not sure--but I provide it in the interest of full-disclosure.

Mechanically the car is also in good condition. I replaced the original clutch at about 105K (I don’t drive it hard and most of the miles are highway). I did the big 90K service last spring and replaced the timing chain, all the front seals, plugs, and water pump. I have changed the oil every 5K with Mobil 1. There are two items that may need attention. 1) It sounds like some rear suspension bushings need to be replaced as you can hear the suspension creak over speed bumps, and 2) a several weeks ago my wife was driving it and the CEL came on, I took it to the shop and they pulled the code and it had a code P2138 (TPS). The CEL cleared and neither I or the shop were able to duplicate the problem.

I’m willing to entertain offers, but please don’t low-ball me. This car is extremely solid and un-abused. I live near DCA airport and Union Station train station, and I can pick you up if you travel to get car.

I am having her detailed on Wednesday this week and will post more/better pics then.

If you email me directly to my gmail address I will respond more quickly.
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