What should I expect to pay for a "Bug Eye" WRX wagon?
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    What should I expect to pay for a "Bug Eye" WRX wagon?

    Hi I am new to the forum and I currently drive a 93 Legacy wagon and am looking for a Bug Eye WRX wagon. I just want something a bit more sporty than my Legacy and I really like the looks of the bug eye WRX wagons. What is the price range for one in good shape that hasnt been modded too much? Are there any problem areas I need to look at when buying one? Thanks for the help!!

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    anywhere between 7-12k depending on mileage & where you live.

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    Are there any problem areas on these cars?

    Quote Originally Posted by wrxtreme06 View Post
    anywhere between 7-12k depending on mileage & where you live.
    Thank you!! Are there any specific problem areas I should look for when buying one?

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    Find one that is and always has been stock, 1 owner, clean title, and all service history.

    Red flags

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    Take it to mechanic have it inspected and a compression test done
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    I would say 5-10k on an '02.

    Look for one that hasn't been modded or in accidents - and then settle for the one with the accidents.

    Look at my checklist (link in sig) for tips.
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    Great info

    Quote Originally Posted by SonicWagon View Post
    Find one that is and always has been stock, 1 owner, clean title, and all service history.

    Red flags

    Aftermarket BOV
    Cold air intakes
    Young seller

    Before you buy

    Take it to mechanic have it inspected and a compression test done

    Thanks for the info, its a great starting place I think

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    Great point

    Quote Originally Posted by poly_poly-man View Post
    I would say 5-10k on an '02.

    Look for one that hasn't been modded or in accidents - and then settle for the one with the accidents.

    Look at my checklist (link in sig) for tips.

    Thats a great point, thanks for the link and the info!

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