Stevo F Posted June 1, 2017 Share Posted June 1, 2017 I saw an ad for a 2001 L.L. Bean H-6 Outback, Supposedly good running shape but obviously damage to hood, driver's fender, headlight and likely the core support and other supports for the headlight assembly.Ownders says mechically OK with 120K miles Here is the ad I saw with pics and a link to a video of the car running and a look under the hood. I'm wondering if some other components under the hood might be damaged as well. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/1830247900569966 https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B8N4p9BHK2dTRlNyRzFURU1fRms I'm wondering if this car is a real can of worms with a lot of hidden damage or it mostly sheet metal damage (I'm a lot more comfortable with doing bodywork than major mechanical work) Also, never had an H-6 - anything I should be looking for problem wise on these? Also our other Subies have been 4 cylinders. I know I don't need to worry about timing belts andf headgaskets don't seem to fail as oftern as on EJ25's. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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