This is a discussion on STOLEN: Please be on lookout - 03 Blue WRX sedan - NJ lic. NDN31W - Bridgewater, NJ within the Tri-State forums, part of the Regional Discussion category; Originally Posted by spicoli Hi guys, thanks for all the kind words of support. It's been a tough few weeks. ...
2004 PSM WRX Kartboy Short Shifter, SPT Cold Air Intake, TurboXS Turboback Exhaust, Cobb AccessPort Stage II
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Glad you're getting something back man...that area is rough.
My worked Acura Integra was yoinked right out of my college parking lot at William Paterson University. It was recoverd 4 days later in West Orange on rusted steelies, COMPLETELY stripped in a parking lot.
I was so sad
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9300 isn't a bad return though...that's some good money to play with. I don't know what your current financial situation is--it might not be pretty after losing the car--but I've got a couple suggestions if you're looking for a good car...first of all, I've got a friend with a Honda Fit. He says it's a great car, but he went to that from a Saab 9-5T and says it just isn't the same in any aspect at all. I think if you jumped into a Honda Fit you'd be getting great gas mileage, but you might experience some HP-withdrawl.
On the other hand, my uncle's got a honda civic Si 4-door and LOVES it. He says the gas mileage is fantastic and it handles like a dream. And, of course, it's a honda, so it could very well live forever. I've browsed used car sites sometimes and seen them used at pretty decent prices. My other suggestion would actually have to be a chevy cobalt ss. They can stick with wrx's and have surprisingly good build quality for being a chevy.
Again though, my sincere condolences for the terrible loss. No one should ever have to go through losing a car. Hang in there!
Wow, this car rocks.
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Sucks to hear - good luck with the shopping.
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wow man, i'm really sorry to hear about the loss of your subbie....i'd be devastated. I'm sure you can find another used subbie somewhere out there for pretty cheap....my buddy just got a 2006 impreza for roughly $10,900 with only 22,000 miles on it. good luck shopping man