02 WRX Sedan

what's going in, and some of what's already there but relevant:

2005 STi K frame, trunk floor, evaporator box, bumper support beam, rear sub-frame, fuel tank, Walbro 255lph pump
Stance transmission mounts
Whiteline outrigger bushings
Whiteline differential bushings
Kartboy differential lockdown bolt kit
Massive Race Spec control arms
Cusco adjustable pillow ball tubular 4130ChroMo trailing arms
Turn In Concepts 'Street' durometer trailing arm bushings
Timmons Steel Solutions / TSSFabrications trailing arm mounts
Cusco rear subframe brace
Cusco trunk power brace
Cusco T braces
Cusco V brace
Cusco rear upper strut tower brace
SPT 'H' Brace
Perrin CrossLock front subframe
Whiteline steering rack bushing kit
Kartboy rear shifter stay bushing
STi alloy front lower control arms (FLCAs)
Perrin Extra-Stout Mount sway mounts
Vivid 34mm swaybar
Hotchkis forged adjustable endlinks
Vivid 32mm FSB
AP billet pillowball endlinks
Energy Suspension front endlink bushings
Turn In Concepts FLCA bushing kit
Cusco front upper strut tower brace
Cusco brake master cylinder brace
Goodridge stainless steel brake lines
Hawk HPCeramic low dust brake pads
KW Variant 3 remote reservoir coilover shock absorbers - linear rate front/progressive rate rear - 2013 revision - Cusco tophats/camberplates
Eibach front camber bolts
Kakumei Cheetah sideskirts - exaggerated WRC skirts with jack pin recievers
2005 WRX sideskirts and hardware kit
GBA header tank

the header tank isn't really related,
but the car is at the shop, and this thing has been here at my house teasing me since the car left.
It's a nice piece of jewelry for the engine compartment, it's prettier than my watch.

As far as the actual work, installation of the above parts can be done in two days.
That isn't the time constraint.
Cutting the rear end out of my car, using the K frame to fabricate a brace, then welding in a 2005 STi rear, and the brace layer under that, then reinstalling the tank, evap box, sway brackets, etc... that's what has taken so long.

Most of the body work is done.
the coilovers will be here this week.
pics will be posted as the assembly nears completion.
For now, the rust is gone, the bottom of the car is gold.
it's the color of the original BBS gold metallic rims offered on the tribute WRB blue STi
Fortunately, of the 6 colors offerred for this undercoat, this one fit between all the odd colors of the braces and suspension components.
I keep hearing one of the guys saying he's putting a smile on the pumpkin, and I found out what that means... lol
i might have missed a bushing or some piece up in that list... but the pics will show them.. whatever they are.

Looking forward to having the car back, getting out into the country again, enjoying the boost...

like I said... pics... soon.