Discussion in 'FS: Cars, Motorcycles, Boats' started by prezawagon, Jan 11, 2006.
My god that's beautiful.
Just call or e-mail John Smith
Pretty damn good deal on an H6. These cars run forever!
Lifted and camping/trail prepped with battery, winch, and skidplates.
But they ruined it with an autotragic.
That may or may not be the main reason he's selling it. Doesn't quite cut it in the Moab...
$8500 for a STOCK 2006 WRX wagon (limited!). 5 speed and seller says willing to negotiate. Looks really good.
Wide body Leggy GT wagon.....with a MT??? Not sure how I feel about the flares, but it's certainly not the worst look I've ever seen.
The last time someone posted this one for sale Derp got pretty upset...
Yeah, he likes his white LGT wagons. This is the first time i've come across it.
Because of the flares (they upset me too)? Or the SWP/MT/wagon combo? @derp
Did autocorrect change "wet" to "upset"?
that poor car. the previous owner should be drawn and quartered.
on the plus side, it's getting down towards '**** it' territory.
193K miles on it, although they advertise 126K
Tonight, on Nice Price or Crack Pipe https://minneapolis.craigslist.org/hnp/cto/d/2014-subaru-wrx-sti/6700594090.html
In reality, this seems like a solid big power build. 8/10 would beat the piss out of it.
Submit it to Jalopnik lol
Not a tleg but still pretty.
Why would they sell a new motor like that with 300 miles? They blew the old one and rebuilt to sell?
The miles don’t really add up too fast when you live a quarter mile at a time. The motor was finished 3 years ago...just hit 300 miles!
A few reasons come to mind...
1) They are broke and need to sell to pay their mortgage
2) They are afraid to break it and have to rebuild again
3) The car isn't as quick as they were expecting/does not meed expectations
4) They're scurrrr'd of it
Yeah, you know what i’m talking about because you live that lyfe!
Pretty much 1 & 2 for me and then additionally, either 3 or 4 depending on the day
Don’t be skurred!
45k is a lot for a track toy...5k more and you could buy a Hellcat with 1/3 the miles on the chassis...or a plethora of other cars that aren't "track only" cars.
Clean 2005 FXT for $8100.
@curly2k3 , time for a new wagon?
I'd rock that, the biggest struggle would be coping with it being red.
That wagon is hot
I love the gold Advans on the red!
I came here to post that wagon too. It’s neat!
Damn, that wagon is beautiful. A 5spd H6....you don't come across those very often. I'd be all over that, if I didn't need to be a responsible adult. Just out of curiosity, what is everybody's opinion on buying something like this that is pretty much already "built", vs building your own? I've heard varying opinions, and just wondering where y'all stand.
I bought my 3.3L swapped RS finished. I had no problems with it, but also new all of the details about the build and the builder.
I would be less likely to buy a swap if not for that very rare opportunity. But to each their own. I’m more curious as to if the 3.0L is as good of a motor as the 3.3L as i’ve never looked into that specific engine.
I'm not a 3 liter expert, so I don't know if there is a big difference between the older engines and the engines found in the 05-09 H6 cars. I can tell you, I've had no issues with my 3.0, other than the absolutely horrible gas mileage.
That looks like a "I want to be a German car" red.
Spoiler alert, it's not as good. The EZ30d is the worst of the H6's apart from the ER27. The EZ30r is more comparable to the EG33, but cost alone puts the EG33 far ahead in my book.
06 Subaru Forester as is - $1700 obo:
Yowzahs! The only way that this could be any better is if the guy would have paired up that 6speed to the 3.3L with the twin turbos that Eazy is building. Jus sayin. Or a 2.2L big turbo setup.
326K miles shown. Do want.
16k bid, reserve not met....
Rofl. Welcome to BaT where you'll likely overpay for things like this...just because.
Super low mileage hatch.
Not local but this thing would be a blast: https://newyork.craigslist.org/mnh/cto/d/1973-austin-mini-full-tube/6721705065.html