Year, Make and Model: 2005 Subaru Legacy GT Limited wagon
Color: Brilliant silver Metallic
Transmission: 5 Speed Manual
Title: Clear - no accidents
Lien: Loan with PSCU
Location: Denver, Co.
Seller's email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Asking Price: $13,500 stock / $15,500 stage 3
I DO NOT SMOKE NOR DID THE ORIGINAL OWNER
For sale is my 5 speed manual 2005 Subaru Legacy GT Limited with 72,015 miles. The car is brilliant silver metallic in color with black leather interior. I am the second owner and purchased the car from Go courtesy Ford in 2011 with 60,179 miles. The original owner purchased the car new from Hueberger Subaru and had ALL of the required/optional maintenance performed at the dealership, including the 30,000 mile maintenance. This car was stock for the first 60K. Ford replaced the rear brakes and windshield wipers while they had it for sale.
Before I purchased this car, I took it to Go Subaru Arapahoe and received a clean bill of health. I have receipts for all the major work that has been done and a receipt showing when I purchased the BNR turbo and upgraded clutch.
About a 1,000 miles after I purchased it I went to stage 3. I have changed the oil every 2,500 miles with enios 5w30 since I have had it. I have also changed the trans fluid and rear diff with extra-s and flushed the coolant system. The 5mt was serviced by advanced transmission in denver. It carries a warranty for 24,000 miles.
The interior is pretty nice and the leather seats are still nice and tight. It does have some scratches on the rear bumper and some rock pits on the front, but it's not bad for an 8 year old car. When all waxed up this car looks really nice. Front grill and hood duct are plasti dipped. Also, i'm not sure if all limiteds have one big sliding sun roof and dual side air bags for options, but this one does.
My mods list:
-BNR HTA68 with AVO 1bar actuator
-Cobb access port
-Forced performance turbo oil line
-Process west TMIC
-Complete Grimspeed manifolds (P/P manifolds, crosspipe, uppipe)
-Perrin turbo inlet
-Clutchmasters FX300 clutch and throwout bearing kit (FX300 feels like stock, nice if you drive in traffic)
-Deatchwerks 850cc injectors
-Grimspeed 3port BCS
-Full 3" turbo back exhaust (w/catless Downpipe)
-F/R rallitek sway bar
-cusco front strut tower brace
-KartBoy front endlinks
-Group N trans crossmember mount
-Group N trans crossmember bushing kit
-Kartboy shifter bushings
-Stop tech Slotted front rotors and pads
-Michelin primacy all season 215/45/17 (around 9,000 miles on them)
I had an alignment done right after I replaced the tires
The car was tuned by Eric @ torqued performance. I only run E85 with higher boost maps. (No reason to risk knock). I have the following 10 custom maps:
With the Typhoon intake - E85 22psi, E85 14psi, 91oct. 17psi, 14psi
1bar actuator with stock airbox - E85 22psi, 91oct. 17psi, 14psi
stock 10psi actuator - E85 22psi, 91oct 16psi, 8psi
Obviously the E85 maps are for performance. The highest psi 91 maps are safe maps (rich, conservative timing), while the lowest are wastegate pressure fuel economy maps.
-JL audio TR650-CSi mids/tweets in the front doors
It's currently wired with a JL 12" sub and the AudioControl LC6i Line Output Converter (since it has the dual climate control), but i'm most likely keeping that. If the price was right I would sell though.
-Iphone interface FM adapter (the hard wired one, not the cheap shit)
Basically, there are two way to buy this car. The first option is stage 3 and that price is firm. The second involves me putting the car back to stock. If you chose the stock way, I would require some kind of cash only non-refundable deposit and a week or two to complete the swap. I would be willing to budge on the stock price.
I prefer a local sale, but if you wanted to drive here cash in hand, I would not say no. I also do not mind going to a bank with you if you needed financing or whatever.
Thanks for looking