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    Hello!

    Hi, I'm new. I just picked up a 2002 wrb wrx sedan. Still needs a lot of work...and a lot of parts. Hopefully Have her up and running by the weekend. I'll put up pictures once I get some new exterior items.

    -Lisa

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    Welcome to the club Lisa
    Sounds like a fun project, hopefully it doesn't need too much work. Looking forward to the pics.
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    Before pictures

    Some before picture.....

    Things I already have to put on it:
    - New front and back bumpers, different side skirts, engine,and rims.

    Things I need:
    Trunk,04/05 tail lights, sti seats,catless up-pipe and BOV/ BPV, and a down pipe.

    I need all that before I am willing to drive it around... Not sure who owned this car before me.....all I can say is poor car....











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    Poor car indeed. Welcome to the site Lisa.

    Looks like it needs quite a bit of work - hope you know/are a good mechanic!


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    Quote Originally Posted by STi 555 View Post
    Poor car indeed. Welcome to the site Lisa.

    Looks like it needs quite a bit of work - hope you know/are a good mechanic!

    I'm a pretty good mechanic, but I know this guy that knows everything there is to know about subarus....

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    Quote Originally Posted by duke257 View Post
    I'm a pretty good mechanic, but I know this guy that knows everything there is to know about subarus....
    Good and dont be afraid to run to your friend for even the most stupid questions or smallest installs because sometimes things can get rough specially when attempting at home installs with a motor having a rack makes a world of a difference with heavy duty work like this but not everyone has one. Good luck with the resurrection of this awesome car. And if you need any other advice all of us fine folks on here would be more than glad to help you out subaru owners look out for one another.

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