Originally Posted by Wetmyson
I don't know where people are buying Legacy GT's for $5,000. I negotiated mine down to $12k and overpaid a little so it should have been more like 11k. As far as the loan people were concerned, the car was worth 14k.
I have no idea how you can get that much on the Legacy. Must be a special edition with gold finishings.
OP: So...if somehow I was going to be persuaded to sell my 2005 Subaru Legacy GT 5 speed manual with 122,000 miles AND
1) Turbo TD04-16G installed September 2010 (car is a Stage 3, Perrin TMIC, colder plugs, 3 way EBCS, dialed back performance wise with OEM injectors but STI fuel pump - fast enough)
2) STI GC-6 RA Front Limited Slip Differential installed around October 2009
3) New Denso starter installed August 2016
4) Suspension KYB GR2 struts installed some 20,000 miles ago
5) New ACT Heavy Duty Clutch and Light Weight Fly Wheel installed September 2016
7) New front drive shafts installed September 2016
8) 4 Continental Extreme Contact DWS put on the car in January 2015
and every single documented service and maintenance and repair
. That includes every single scratch repair, religiously changing oil only with synthetic at 3000 miles and having done well at least 3 times the transmission/differential fluids (most recently 2 summers ago) and timing belt pullers/colder thermostat (about 4 years ago). I also have new calipers all around with Hawk HPS/HP+; HID headlights; Aftermarket Android Navi; new bushings all within the last 3 years.
Interior is in good condition, the exterior is fair for a car its age.
How much would you pay for it?
FYI I quoted both miles and dates so you can estimate the age of the components:
2010-10-12 @ 80,000 miles
2012-11-10 @ 100,000 miles
2014-11-25 @ 111,111 miles
2016-08-07 @ 120,000 miles