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I’m about to get my drivers license in a month and I’m gonna need a suburban that’s going to work for me as a daily for a while until I can swap out it’s boxter for a 2jz. If it’s a wrx or sit it’s fine I just need that daily under 10k.
 

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I’m about to get my drivers license in a month and I’m gonna need a suburban that’s going to work for me as a daily for a while until I can swap out it’s boxter for a 2jz. If it’s a wrx or sit it’s fine I just need that daily under 10k.
You’ll probably want to investigate a different vehicle.

Any Subaru that has the drivetrain to even pretend to handle the power people crank out of the 2jz engines is going to cost you way more than 10k. I would actually be surprised if the engine actually fit, however people have stuck v8s and v10s in them so who am I.
 

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I’m about to get my drivers license in a month and I’m gonna need a suburban that’s going to work for me as a daily for a while until I can swap out it’s boxter for a 2jz. If it’s a wrx or sit it’s fine I just need that daily under 10k.
Nice auto-correct

If you're young (I'm young too) and about to have your license your first car shouldn't be a wrx or sti that you plan to turn into a rebuilt project torpedo.

Good luck! :D
 
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