For Sale 2003 MBP WRX wagon, 103k miles, two owner - $9000
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    2003 MBP WRX wagon, 103k miles, two owner - $9000

    I bought this back in April and planned on keeping it for a while, but started a business and needed a truck. I bought a truck and need to sell this to get rid of the monthly payment and get more space in my driveway.

    It is a great car, bought it from the original owner. I have every maintenance record on the car from the day it was bought, including the original window sticker and all. Ever since I have purchased it I have kept a log of gas fillups, oil changes, etc. I have tons of records for this car.

    It is a 5-spd and runs great, fun to drive, no issues at all. Brakes are good, tires are only like a year old.

    The car is BONE STOCK. The only thing that I changed was I polished the headlights and painted the inside of them black. Not the lens itself, just around the reflector inside the light. Looks really good.

    This car is a completely unmolested and not beat on WRX. VERY hard to find. The guy I bought it from was older and had kids, it was his commuter. I am older and have kids and it was my commuter. This was never raced, never driven like an asshat.

    Now the bad, the car needs a little body work. It had some dings and stuff when I bought it. The front lip of the hood has a big ding and there is a big ding over the driver's passenger door. The front lower skirt on the bumper also has a little damage/deep scratches. The worst part is that some idiot backed into me in the parking lot a few months ago. It needs a new passenger side front door, although I do have one in the garage that goes with it, correct color and all but would need paint and blending. Wouldn't need to jamb it though. It would be an easy fix, replace door, minor body work on rear door, paint and done. Body shop quoted me $1600 for a brand new door, replacing it, painting the entire thing, etc. You can get out MUCH less by putting the door on it since it wouldn't have the cost of the door, installing the door, or jambing the door.

    This is a great car that has a great interior and great drivetrain that just needs a bit of body work to be perfect. With this low of miles this car will last a LONG time.

    I'm taking it at lunch to be detailed and then I'll post pictures.

    $9000 obo

    Here is is before the door got smacked.
    2003 WRX wagon - 5-spd, bone stock
    1998 Trans Am - Built LQ9 6.0L, Tick Stage 2 T56 swap, C6 Vette brakes, 150 shot

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    www.schochcustoms.com/03wrx

    Some quick pictures after I cleaned it up a bit at lunch. Still needs some polish and another coat of wax.
    2003 WRX wagon - 5-spd, bone stock
    1998 Trans Am - Built LQ9 6.0L, Tick Stage 2 T56 swap, C6 Vette brakes, 150 shot

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    You can see the door damage in the first picture.





    Price is OBO as well, really would like to sell this soon.
    2003 WRX wagon - 5-spd, bone stock
    1998 Trans Am - Built LQ9 6.0L, Tick Stage 2 T56 swap, C6 Vette brakes, 150 shot

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    $7900 need to sell!
    2003 WRX wagon - 5-spd, bone stock
    1998 Trans Am - Built LQ9 6.0L, Tick Stage 2 T56 swap, C6 Vette brakes, 150 shot

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    Where are you located? Sadly my old toyota truck broke down three weeks ago and I have been hunting for a Wagon WRX similar to yours. I am very interested depending on location and ability to come check it out.

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    I'm in Raleigh, NC. A little bit far away.
    2003 WRX wagon - 5-spd, bone stock
    1998 Trans Am - Built LQ9 6.0L, Tick Stage 2 T56 swap, C6 Vette brakes, 150 shot

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    Nice car and good luck!

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