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    Hello! Need help w/dad's 05 WRX Wagon

    Hello,
    I've been browsing this forum, and there's lots of useful info. My dad just traded in his 97 M3 for a WRX Wagon, gray, with pretty much no options. His birthday is this week, and I was looking for some small and relatively cheap (+ - $100) non-performance mods. I'm thinking mainly cosmetics. Any recommendations? TIA
    Matt

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    You could get him a new shift knob or a short-throw shifter. Maybe get his windows tinted if you can find a place thats fairly inexpensive.
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    One of the best 100 bucks I spent thus far on my WRX Wagon is the armrest extension. I do alot of long highway driving and it is very comfortable. You can get it at the dealer for about 100.00.

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    If he hasn't gotten it already rear bumper cover and/or cargo net. The cover has saved me from numerous scrapes loading/unloading cargo. The net really helps in securing smaller packages.

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    A good tint job on a sedan runs around $200, so I imagine the wagon would be a lot more.

    The armrest extension is nice, but something aftermarket would be better I think.

    Shift knob/shifter trim would be my suggestions.
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