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Old 10-22-2020, 08:47 PM   #1
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Default (CT) 2007 STI Limited Totaled / Salvage (Not a Partout)

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Sorry this will be a long post.

This is my 3rd GD STI, and planned to keep it permanently (I regretted selling the last 2 over 10 years ago). Unfortunately I totalled it.

It took a long time to find this one, I ended up going to Virginia to purchase this unmodified, completely stock STI. It had 133k when I bought it. It has 137k now (owned for a little over a year). This was a weekend car. Since I purchased Iíve done all fluids and the following mild modifications that were my favorite setup from the past STIs:

- Cobb Catted DP, stock midpipe, prodrive axel-back
- Walbro fuel pump
- 1 step colder plugs
- Pro-tuned by EFI Logics (Opensource)
- Kartboy Short shifter (with TIC holy shift kit bushings)
- Boss head unit

Looking to sell as a whole. The car was shut down immediately after the accident and hasnít been started since. I just got it back today, and the impact did not even hit the radiator, no airbag deployment, the bulk is right in front of the left wheel (the battery got pushed back and the washer flud tank is broken).

The only issue I had previously is TGV error codes, I actually bought stock (used) TGV valves and performed the delete myself, and had the holes professionally welded. I actually picked up the TGV valves from the welding shop the day of the accident!! So obviously, I have them but never installed.

I know I can make more money parting out, but I donít have the time and donít want to look at this thing for that long. Looking to sell as a whole to someone that wants to make a few $$ parting out or wants a complete STI swap.

I donít often see whole salvage cars being sold, so Iíve based my price on just a few big ticket items like limited interior, engine, trans, and brembos.

Iíve set the price at $6000 OBO, hopefully that is a pretty reasonable price and it will sell quick. Iím sure there is more to be made with all the other parts, but I donít want to put in the effort.

This will have to be towed from my house in Danbury CT. I would like to sell locally so the purchaser can take a look at the car and see it run (I will update tomorrow).

To be clear, this is NOT a partout. I have a title that has been stamped. I do not think this is fixable.

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Old 10-23-2020, 09:09 AM   #2
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Old 10-23-2020, 11:42 AM   #3
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What wheels are those?
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Old 10-23-2020, 04:46 PM   #4
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What wheels are those?
I think those are BBS wheels that you could get on 2012-2014 STis, 2011s had the Enkei's.
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Old 10-23-2020, 04:54 PM   #5
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Price?

I put one of your pictures in for you.
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Old 10-23-2020, 05:38 PM   #6
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I put one of your pictures in for you.
It says $6000.
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Old 10-23-2020, 11:05 PM   #7
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I started taking stuff off to inspect the engine and found that the battery was crushed and punctured.

I also found that the coolant overflow tank was pushed into the timing cover (left side) and the timing cover broke and you can see where the timing pully was turning touching the overflow tank (made a slight impression) before it was shut off. The oil fill neck was also broken. Engine oil level and coolant levels are normal and appears that nothing leaked out.

The underside has a few scratches, and it looks like the downpipe took the brunt of the damage. Definitely damaged suspension components, the front control arms are bent and the front wheels sit too far back


I have pics that I will post later, it looks fairly minor but I am going to have to get someone that knows more than I do look at it before I connect another battery to it and try to start it.







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Old 10-23-2020, 11:06 PM   #8
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It says $6000.
OBO, It pains me to look at this mess!

UPDATE

I was able to fire up the motor, it runs well. No knocks or irregularities. I took a video:

https://i.imgur.com/pq0Op7o.mp4

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Old 10-24-2020, 10:36 AM   #9
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It says $6000.
I highlighted that because I didn't see it....
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Old 10-24-2020, 10:39 AM   #10
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I highlighted that because I didn't see it....
Thanks for your help.

It's OBO as well. Don't want to look at this too long, the wound is still fresh.
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Damn, I wish I could pick this up. There is another car i'm interested in buying with high mileage and I want to swap the drivetrain from this and do an interior swap as well. I have the money, the time I do not have, and I even have a friend with a truck who will let me borrow it, and the trailer I can rent. I just don't have the space to put this unfortunately. This will be a great buy for someone with a barn, or a 3 or 4 car garage that can disassemble this car and lay out the parts. Good luck to the seller and this is a great deal for any potential buyer.
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Old 10-24-2020, 06:47 PM   #12
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Damn, I wish I could pick this up. There is another car i'm interested in buying with high mileage and I want to swap the drivetrain from this and do an interior swap as well. I have the money, the time I do not have, and I even have a friend with a truck who will let me borrow it, and the trailer I can rent. I just don't have the space to put this unfortunately. This will be a great buy for someone with a barn, or a 3 or 4 car garage that can disassemble this car and lay out the parts. Good luck to the seller and this is a great deal for any potential buyer.
Thanks man, I hope someone with plans to use the parts (like you have) can take advantage rather than just parting out. Although, it doesn't much matter at this point; for some strange reason I'm still attached to this wrecked car in my driveway!
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Old 10-25-2020, 04:59 PM   #13
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