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Old 11-21-2020, 10:50 PM   #1
timmyp
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Default CA 2008 Outback XT Limited MT $6k

2008 Outback XT Limited - Manual Trans - Grey

136k Miles - Disclaimer: car has signs of rod bearing failure, but can be driven by prospective buyer

Turbo, Leather, heated seats, sunroof, aftermarket GROM Audio bluetooth

Replaced radiator, front/rear struts, front lower balljoints, and swaybar bushings @ 126k; records can be provided
Replaced shortblock @112k by Subaru Thousand Oaks; receipts can be provided
Heads rebuilt @96k by Subaru Thousand Oaks; records can be provided

Car drives fine other than an occasional sound from the mentioned rod knock. I am trying not to continue driving it further myself, so that it can be driven by a future owner to assess trans, suspension, etc. The engine idles, pulls, and cruises on freeway fine, but occasionally has a rattle at higher RPM's which I am confident is a newly failed rod bearing. It could likely be driven a few hundred careful miles. I've enjoyed this car for WRX power without the insurance payments, and added practicality without much added weight. Overall condition is fair, it's been daily driven and has some fading paint, typical dings/scratches, and interior commensurate with age, though no major tears or holes. The radio display occasionally flickers which I understand is typical in Legacys and Outbacks.

Aftermarket parts that can be provided are a gutted stock DP, Tactrix cable, AEM wideband/boost gauge, and Aeroforce SSM/OBD gauge.

Asking $6k OBO.
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