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SOLD - MD: 2007 Subaru Legacy GT Spec.B, Stage 2


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Year, Make and Model: 2007 Subaru Legacy Spec.B

Color: Diamond Gray Metallic

Miles: ~206,000

Transmission: 6MT

Title: In-hand, clean

Lien: None

Location: Sykesville, MD

VIN: 4S3BL696473201273

Seller's email address: dbrunone@gmail.com

Asking Price: $6000

 

Well it's a sad day but I am listing my beloved Spec.B for sale. I have owned this car since 2007, bought it with 10k miles on it from Subaru of Gwinnett in Atlanta, before that it was a demo car that was driven by a Subaru executive, so I guess I'm considered the original owner. Selling because I'm finally stepping into something different after 15 years of ownership.

Car is well-maintained but does have the wear and tear you'd expect from a DD with 206k on the clock, so it is by no means a show car nor is it perfect. Motor runs strong, transmission shifts great. No accidents ever. Full service history with all work ever done to the car is available to serious buyers (excel file). Has never seen a track.

Car is at Stage 2, mods are light, these happened at around ~30k miles and I haven't done much since:
--Perrin top-mount intercooler
--Cobb catted downpipe
--Cobb turbo heatshield
--Stage 2 dyno tune from MSPT on Long Island (charts available)
--Mod to use nav system while driving

Things you will get with the car:
--Cobb Accessport V3
--OEM blue-piped floormats
--Subaru rubber winter floormats
--OEM top-mount intercooler
--OEM downpipe
--OEM unmodified engine cover
--One new front CV axle (see below)

Things I know the car needs at the moment, or condition issues you should know about:
--L/F CV axle boot is torn, I will include a brand new CV axle with the sale. It is not making any sort of noise or anything yet.
--There is a very minor valve cover leak. The car goes through about 0.5qt of oil per 4000mi so I am not worried about it. Subaru mechanic recommended not doing anything about it.
--Some scratches on the hoodscoop and a little bit forward as well (my 3 year old decided to help "wipe off" the car with a metal toy thing)
--Few other small dings you'd expect
--Headlights are crazed but definitely safely usable
--Continental DWS-06 all-season tires have about 4/32 left on them
--I somehow lost one of the little plastic things that covers the child seat latch in the back seat

Please PM me with any questions or if you want to look at it. Thanks

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  • dbrunone changed the title to SOLD - MD: 2007 Subaru Legacy GT Spec.B, Stage 2

Well done! Nice car considering the age and miles, you took great care of it.

 

PSA friends - your OEM downpipes are worth about $800-$1000 to scrappers. There’s precious metal in them and people pay really good money for them.

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