So, its about time to continue the documented life of this wonderful car that fell into my life. Its a 1992 Turbo Legacy Touring station wagon purchased locally, yet again, off of this forum, just like all of the goodies. (thank you Carly). https://mnsubaru.com/threads/1992-subaru-legacy-wagon-turbo-2-000-obo.54051/ I went and looked at the car early 2019, it looked very nice, clean interior. Had a dead battery. Sadly was unable to make a deal and my heart had sank. Silence from then on, until @subi-roo got a message from the owner, @subie-roo had found a turbo wagon, by now and had sent me after it again. This is late august 2019. I ended up buying it at my original offer. Wonderful! Paid for it without ever hearing it run. Talking with the owners, I said that I had planned to just drive it home after I had met them at the DMV. They assured me that it would not make it (35 min drive) because it had been sitting so long, and that I should tow it. My portable jump pack got it fired right up, drove straight onto the trailer. After getting it home and putting a new battery in it. Ran great, drove fine, but needed a few little bits. The alternator/power steering belt was the incorrect size (it was brand new but probably from a newer subaru because the tensioner was maxed out.) and the valve cover gaskets were very bad. I have a video of my first drive around the block, which i will upload. After driving it I realized it needed a knock sensor as well, common enough. (psa look on ebay for knock sensors, new oem ones can be had for less than 20 dollars shipped.) Fixed and ordered all that stuff, got her insured and daily drove it until snow hit. In the for sale ad, she said that it had a transmission issue, i only experienced it once, still unsure of what it could have been, the car had the TCU replaced in 2014 as well.