2002 Subaru Wrx Wagon W/ Mods Super Clean! on 2040-cars
Rossiter, Pennsylvania, United States
|2002 Subaru WRX Wagon
World Rally Blue
3rd Owner car, myself being the third. The second owner owned the car since it only had 22,000 miles, it was always kept clean
and regular maintenance done, garage kept for most of its life. The
Mods were installed by Moore Performance out of Bridgeville, Pa. Spun a
rod bearing by the sounds of it. Still runs and drives but I havent
driven it far since it started knocking. Car is in great shape for the year, has the usual chips and small dents you would expect but as you can see in the pictures it is very nice.
-Forced Performance 68HTA Turbo
-DW 850cc Injectors
-Walboro 255 Fuel Pump
-Moore Performance Custom Up-pipe w/ EWG
-Turbo Smart Comp External WasteGate 40
-Borla "Catless" Downpipe
-3" Stainless from Resonator Back
-Koyo Performance Aluminum Radiator
-Perrin Red Lower Radiator Hose
-Clutch and flywheel were just done 3000mi ago
-Competition Clutch Stage-2
-ACT Prolite Flywheel
-Tein Street Basis Coilovers
-Group-N Transmission Mount
Wheels and Tires:
17 x 7 BBS Rk's (plasti-dipped Black)
Kuhno Ecsta 235/40/17(rears rub, fenders need rolled)
-Di-noc Carbon Wrapped Eyelids
-Subaru "I" Front Badge on Grille
-Someone ripped off my antenna
-20% Tint all around
-Spray Tinted Tail lights
Did the Sedan Frontend conversion
-Front fenders and Sedan front bumper
Interior is clean, clean car fax, zero accidents
NOT RUSTED OUT, SUPER CLEAN METAL
Title in Hand
VIN is Clean JF1GG29662G836652
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