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Car: 2003 Subaru Impreza WRX Wagon 5MT
Color: Platinum Silver Metallic
Mileage: 100,355 as of 11/9/10 *Will continue to climb as it is my daily driver
Price: $12,500
VIN: JF1GG29683G813357

Clean title, clean carfax.

Please email/PM me with interest. True interest inquires only. Though I am firm on price cash offers are welcome. Please don't waste my time and I will not waste yours. Thanks for looking. Friendly bumps always welcome.

I am the original owner of this car. Non-smoker, garaged for the life of the car. Exterior/interior condition are excellent-good. Some minor blemishes that I can see, but most people over look. One blem to the passenger side interior front door panel and two small door dings (can be removed easily by paintless dent specialist) are what give the cosmetic quality of the car a 4.9/5. The car has been detailed annually with a clay bar, and is waxed biannually. I had the car professionally detailed 7/09. The car is located in Bend Oregon (zip code 97702.) I have invested many hours of research into the modest modifications made to the car. I say modest because I have installed only bolt on modifications up to this point in the cars life (Scroll down to see the extensive parts list). 100k service was done 9/30/09. The car had 90,500 miles on it when serviced. This service included a new timing belt, cam pulley/bolt and timing belt tensioner, new seals, water pump, thermostat, drive belt, spark plug seals, fuel filter, and all fluids topped. I am still running the original clutch, and I there is 60% left Hawk HP performance pads F/R. The car passed a 24 point service inspection while in for the 100k service. The Subaru maintenance schedule has been followed and serviced by Asia Auto in Bend Oregon. Alignments have been performed by Aligment Techniques in Bend Oregon. Get the picture? This car has been well cared for, and has never had a mechanical failure. The car has seen spirited driving but only after proper warm up and usually with only a single occupant in the car, never when loaded down. The car has never been abused, tracked, or autocrossed. I challenge you to find a nicer MY03 WRX wagon on the market. I never intended to sell this car, but life is funny like that. May this sweet car go to a good home. See below for details:

Scheduled Maintenance:
30k service: 1/26/05 (mileage at time of service 29,834)
60k service: 12/07/06 (mileage @ time of sevice 54,778)
100k service: 9/30/09 (milage @ time of service 90,500)
Battery replacement: 10/22/07; DieHard Platinum GRP35
Redline MT-90 transmission fluid,Redline Shock Proof Rear Diff fluid: 4/7/04 (flushed and serviced @ 22,875)

- Maintenance/modifications performed the car have been documented either with receipts or on

-The oil has been changed on a routine basis, by the owner. For the first 10k the car was run with regular oil to help the engine with ordinary brake in. At 10k I switched to Mobil1 5w30 and PureOne oil filters. After the first oil change with Mobil1, at 16,000 miles, I took a sample of the oil and sent it to be tested at Blackstone Laboratories. They sent me the results and recommended I change the oil every 8k. I heeded their advise, except I split the difference. I change out the oil filter and top off the oil every 4k, then change the oil and filter every 8k. I guess it has helped me rest easy over the years.

Custom modifications:

*Note: This car has never had the ECU remapped, but with the addition of a aftermarket down pipe and an ECU remap this baby will be throwing down 235 awhp. If I were to make an educated guess on what the horsepower is with only the bolt on mods listed below I would guess this car is pulling 160 awhp. The car was modified with sport touring in mind. This is a well balanced car and a joy to drive.

Suspension & Drivetrain:
-KYB AGX 4-way adjustable struts F/R
STI group N tophats F/R
Prodrive springs
20mm rear swaybar
Hairpin Racing billet aluminum endlinks
Whietline STX legal caster bushings
Whiteline steering rack bushings
Whiteline T-mount bushings
STI transmission mount
Kartboy short shifter w/ bushings

Goodridge SS lines
Motul fluid
Hawk brake pads
Perrin master cylinder brace

Engine Longevity:
OEM guage pod/hardware
Omori 45mm WRX look turbo guage
Blitz Fatt DCII turbo timer
Custom 10-point grounding kit
Fumoto oil plug valve
Custom intercooler screen (Less fin damage)
Kartboy exhaust hangers
Subaru rubber floor mats (4)
Subaru rubber cargo bin for cargo area
Hornet Deer Avoidance System (installed with wires routed through the firewall, but not power up, have an OEM switch to be wired up but never took the time to figure out how to make the switch work with the Hornet. I do, however, have the information needed to make it all work)
*New in packaging JDM side markers and the wiring to make it happen. Never got the balls to cut wholes in my corner panels, but this sweet mod with come with the sale, ready to be installed.

Engine Performance:
GPMoto silencer delete elbow
Perrin Panel filter
Perrin MAF & Turbo inlet hoses
Perrin intercooler hoses
Custom intercooler splitter
Perrin uppipe/gaskets/ceramic coated
Perrin lightened crank pulley
Stromung Catback exhaust 2.5" (dual tip)

Dress Up/Style:
-17” Wheels Rota Tarmac I (a little curb rash)
-Custom color matched center caps
-McGard black lugs & locks
-215/45/17 Zexius All season 90% tread
-15” Wheels OEM MY05 WRX
-205/55/15 Hankook Ice bear studless snow 70% tread
-ClearBra: 12” coverage on hood, also coverage on front corner panels, backs of mirrors, and on the rear bumper where the black Subaru stomp pad would be placed. This was installed before I picked the car up from the dealer, upon my request. Unfortunately the 3M product that was used in showing signs of wear, but the product has also protected the paint very well. It is my understanding that the top coat on the ClearBra can be cut with a heavy polish to bring it back to new, but I have not tried this yet. I also understand the the ClearBra can be removed completely as the 3M product has a water based adhesive and can be removed without damaging the paint finish. Just a heads up, as I want people to have a clear picture of how the car sits. Not obvious but worth noting.
-Momo shift knob (matches steering wheel)
-Momo leather shift boot
-Custom window Tint:
-32% front doors (leagal in Oregon)
-22% rear doors back
-Prodrive Mudflaps (genuine)
-STI grill (genuine)
-blue “I” badge
-STI hood scoop PSM (Replica, but fits like OEM, and has exact color match)
-OEM Color matched PSM side skirts
-STI fog light covers (Replica: black)

Audio system:
*add $1000 to the sale price if you want the audio system. Otherwise I will pull the system out and leave the sound deadening material as well as all of the speaker cable and Sirius radio cables installed. That makes the system plug and play if you have your own audio system.
-JL Audio 5/500 amp
-MB Quart PCE 6 ½” components front
-MB Quart component/coaxial 5 ¼” rear
-7” deflex panels in f/r doors
-CAE sound deadening material f/r doors and in the base of the rear hatch
-Sirius Radio w/ antenna upgrade
-OEM Subaru deck keeps the system low profile, but needs to be replaced soon as the CD player skips easily, but works with Sirius just fine. This audio system really needs a nice deck to get the most out of what is installed.

Please READ:

No I do not want to trade for your Civic, Jeep, 240SX, Truck, Mustang, Camaro, Focus, Miata, Celica, Etc. I also don't want to trade for any fully built car as this has to be my daily driver. Any vehicle I would trade for has to be manual trans, NO AUTOS. Looking for clean titles only, NO SALVAGE/REBUILT. THE ONLY CARS I AM INTERESTED IN TRADING FOR ARE LISTED BELOW

The following cars are ones that I would consider for trade plus cash . Subaru 1990-94 Legacy Wagon AWD
Older 4WD GL/D
L (only stock or close to stock).


That is the honest run down of my car. I am not a shady person and will talk with you on the phone if you are actually interested. Send me a PM and I will send you my number.

More pictures to come when the weather is right.

NO TEST DRIVES WITHOUT CASH. I have no problem giving you a ride but I am not letting random people drive my car without cash in hand.

If you want to take a look at the underside of the car, I can probably arrange it with Craig @ Asian Auto.

If I forgot something please send me a PM. Thanks for looking.
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