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Year, Make and Model: 2005 Legacy GT Wagon Limited

Color: BSM

Miles: 176,xxx

Transmission: 6MT (05 Forester STI dual LSD)

Title: NM- Clean

Lien: None

Location: Santa Fe, NM

VIN: (4S3BP676956369428)

Seller's email address: (dwerwath at gmail . com)

Asking Price: $13,000 firm w/ all uninstalled parts

Reposting this from last fall

 

This car is pretty well sorted, and I have all the final parts to make this already car even more radical, but no time to install them.

 

The car is road protuned by Cam Tuning @21 PSI

 

I've been building LGT's for about 10 years, you've probably come across a post of mine here or there.

 

The car used to be owned by LGT member Morning Woodie Wagon.

I bought it in July of 2017, and started from his great work and took it to the next level.

 

My goal was to build the most perfect ultra high performance LGT wagon daily driver.

 

It has almost every upgrade imaginable. And the rest of the parts to finish the ultimate build.

 

The only issues with the car are some cosmetic stuff with the repainted front bumper (extra JDM included) and a handful of small surface imperfections, I'd say in very good condition for a 16 yo car. Interior is 9/10 not rips or tears in seats etc.

 

Priced as a deal for someone who knows how rare a 6mt wagon is, what all these parts are worth, and wants the ultimate LGT wagon.

Message me for more background. Almost all of this car's history and build is documented on here. MWW had a full maintenance records.

Here's the parts list- note some stuff is not installed yet, tons of stock and replacement parts as well that will come with it.

 

Engine

Infamous Performance Built Long-Block- CP Pistons, King bearing and rods, Killer b pickup and baffle @120k

Run on stock boost until 150k)

Blouch 440XT Turbo @ 150k

Infamous oil line

Tomei Expreme EL Headers/Up

Cobb catted DP

HKS ES Premium Dual Resonated Midpipe

Fujitsubo Wagolis Cans, loud race cans (not installed)

Grimmspeed 3-port EBCS

Cobb SF intake box with KSTech 73mm MAF

Perrin Inlet (extra in spare parts)

Grimmspeed Thermal Coated TMIC

Turbosmart Kompact BPV

Mishimoto Radiator

Zero Sports Radiator Shroud

04 STI FPR (plus spare not installed)

04 STI FPCM

850CC sidefeed injectors

DW65C pump

Crawford AOS

4 Bar Map Sensor (not installed)

Low mileage rebuilt VF40, factory downpipe and TMIC (not installed)

 

Full flex fuel and top feed conversation (not installed yet)

IAG TGV deletes, ID 1050X's, Aluminati rails, AN lines, Fuel Lab FPR, V3 Accessport, Cobb Flex fuel kit all NIB

 

Suspension/Brakes

ISC Tarmac Coilovers/whiteline top hats

Whiteline front and rear sway bars

Kartboy end links

Perrin swaybar reinforcement

Whiteline bump steer kit

Whiteline A-arm bushings

STI Gold Brembos/DBA slotted Rotors/Hawk pads

Stainless lines

Steering Dampener Lockdown

STI flexible strut tower brace

Grimmspeed master cylinder brace

Spec B aluminum front and rear control arms w new whiteline bushings (rears not installed)

STI Master Cylinder (not installed)

 

Interior

STI Boost/Oil Temp/Oil Pressure Gauge Cluster

Vent Boost Gauge w/ LC1 A/F

JDM double din with Sony xav-ax100 w/carplay

JL Audio Stealthbox 10" sub

Infinity component front and 2-way rear speakers

Clarion 4 channel amp

DAMD D-shaped steering wheel

Redline Shift Boot

Subaru factory 6mt shift knob

Grimmspeed weighted shift knob (not installed)

STI pedal covers

Extended arm rest

Lojack

 

Drivetrain

05 Forester STI Long Ratio 6MT

Matching R180 w/ front and rear Suretrac LSD's

Exedy Stage 2 Clutch (@165k with the trans)

STI SM Flywheel

STI factory 6mt Short Shifter

Group N trans mounts

Group N motor mounts 

Whiteline trans crossmember isolators

Whiteline power steering mounts

Whiteline dif bushing stiffeners (not installed currently

 

Exterior

Primitive Racing front and rear dif skid plates

BBS STI wheels/BFG G-Force Comp-2's

RX330 HID Conversion

HID Yellow Fogs

Jdm rain visors, rear tail lights, and rear spats

Rawr rear diffuser (not installed)

No name front lip (not installed)

Ing replica side skirts (liitle beat up from NM roads)

Factory Skirts (not installed)

Carbon JDM engine covers (not installed)

Subtle Solutions Engine cover

Modified OEM mesh grill

JDM Front Bumper with rare half lip spoiler (not installed)

Rolled fenders to accomodate wider rim/tire combos

 

Having trouble uploading pics, I'll keep trying. Full folder of pics here: https://photos.app.goo.gl/i6dBtRcSpAMBQJPW7

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nice build and stunning parts list. glws

 

Thanks Boxkita, means something coming from you :lol:

This is over a decade of work and two chassis assembling these parts. I don't even want to know how many $$$$.

 

We're trying to build a house (which has gotten really expensive lately) and she's just sitting and I'd much prefer to see her get used.

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Hey there, it's still active. Had a few people interested. I've been chipping away at installing some of the parts. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions

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I'm tempted.... just found out my '05 LGT wagon needs a lot more work than anticipated. Purchased a new short block and just thought heads would be refreshed. Turns out they're worthless and needs a bunch of other things. Wondering if I should just do this one. Do you think a 2005 LGT roller without a motor is worth anything these days if I tried to recoup some of it. It's a 5MT at least.

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I mean, I would rather have bought this for $13k than spend the $20k to build it, and the PO built the motor 😕

As for a roller, probably depends on condition, your market, and mods. Probably $2-3k max though.

Update on the car, over the weekend I reinstalled the Tarmacs, put in the front Spec B arms with new whiteline bushings as well as the Group N motor mounts. Car is feeling best it ever has. 

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