Discussion in 'FS: Cars, Motorcycles, Boats' started by prezawagon, Jan 11, 2006.
Yep. The 3.0r in both the Legacy and Outback had a 5spd option. Ez30d with the 6 port headers.
The H6 has never been sold with a manual in the US. I know the EZ30D has been paired with a 6spd manual from the factory but was not sold here, unfortunately.
I'm pretty sure it is safe to assume any mileage stats on Craigslist are made up.
New tires 1000 miles ago = 10,000 miles ago
Oil changed every 3000 miles = oil changed whenever I got around to it
I think the only manual outback in the US is the base model.
Yes, it got a 6 speed tranny in New Zealand & Australia, and was basically a 3.0 LGT wagon with a 6 speed. It doesn't have the extra flares like an Outback. Raptor superchargers is based in Australia, and they make a bolt on kit for the H6. Alot of guys over there go that route, coupled with E85. It turns the H6 into a monster. I completed the first phase of the supercharger kit (full header back exhaust), but I couldn't bring myself to pull the trigger on @ $6K supercharger kit, that's only been installed on 1 other vehicle in the U.S. Very, very tempting, but wifey no likey.
Delete the previous one plz, this is the link https://westslope.craigslist.org/cto/6276409033.html
Anyone in the market for a used TVR 280i?
What is that, a car for ants?
If a car for ants isn't your style how about a truck for ants?
You won't fit.
It is extremely clean! Interior looks brand new.
I can definitely dig that, however my left hand would not dig trying to shift. I've got one of those left hands that's mainly just there to hold stuff for the right one.
https://dallas.craigslist.org/sdf/cto/d/1991-subaru-legacy-jdm-turbo/6320444279.html Yes! Yes! Yes!
https://reno.craigslist.org/cto/d/subaru-rock-crawler/6323429575.html @Chux has probably already built one...
that JDM legacy is a beauty!
I went and drove that car about a month ago. The body is fairly rough the sunroof didn't work at the time and the tires were OK. The air-conditioning worked and it appeared to me as though the head gaskets have been done.
Sweet deal for $12 dollars!!
The @derp Supra thread made me curious what the older ones go for and I saw this:
Love the louvers.
I like the 2nd gen Celica Supras a little better, but that looks real clean.
Great deal on 18" winters
$60,000 2010 camaro
This car is not completely stock unless they removed the downpipe. It was tuned at RS at 17.5 lbs. It has a lachute divorced down pipe on it with a straight pipe hks exhaust. There are a few CEL that they probably turned off. One is a small evap leak, the air pump failed closed so that code was deleted. It has boost creep and has over boosted many times which throws a code. The car was beat on but it does drive and run well. There are no seat belts in the back. The car was hit in the back and totaled. If you see it in person you can tell it was hit due to the trunk not lining up properly. It does have brand new HID bulbs in it which are nice. The headlights will also turn yellowish again. If someone is interested in this car and has any questions, please contact me. I used to own it.
Salvage title and still 16.5? Damn.
Not a Subaru, but...
Well, at least the dude is honest. That car needs an exorcism!
They literally fixed it by doing an Italian tune up.
I believe this will sell fast. 2008 white STI hatch with nice mods and good shape. $16k 100k miles.
If I could get a mechanics blessing and find a hood (don't like the black scoop) I would pull the trigger. Love me a white hatch.
https://www.k-bid.com/auction/21916/item/2 Subaru Sambar anyone?
Are you the $1,660 bid!?
Dang, a whole 57 hp? Look out!
I think if it were street legal, I could be tempted.
I can't believe somebody's going to pay $1700+ for that thing...
Not CL. Does the 1.5 Mil include brain matter, or shell casings??
I'm sure that it does! Or it wouldn't demand that kind of money.
That is a sweet little ride!
https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/hnp/cto/d/1993-subaru-legacy-4wd/6366174419.html For you first gen fans! I inquired about general maintenance history and this is the reply I received:
"We have not replaced timing belt, or the diff fluids. We have replaced the fuel neck to the tank and alternator. Otherwise, regular oil changes and tire rotations and brake pads. The automatic shift sticks if the car isn’t warmed up. You have to press the override button possibly the first time to shift out of park."
Intersting that they called it an XT.
Likely picked the most expensive trim available and don't expect people to know the difference.
A friend of mine has posted his ‘05 FXT 5MT for sale. Located in Eau Claire, WI.
If you’re interested, tell him you saw it here! I wish I could buy it myself!