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Old 09-21-2004, 02:47 PM   #1
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Chapter/Region: South East
Location: Charlotte, NC
1999 99 2.5RS
69 360, 70 360, 80 BRAT

Legacy FS: 94 Legacy GT Wagon

Well, I was laid off work on Friday so I have no need for 2 cars right now. The wagon must go! This would be a great winter car for anyone not wanting to drive their WRX or STi. Here is the information on it;

1994 Legacy GT wagon
5-Spd, 4WD, 2.2 Liter, ABS, power windows and locks, cruise control, 4 wheel disc brakes, dark blue with blue and gray interior, has 14in Aluminum stock wheels with newer snows mounted, they were only used last winter by me, Sony CD player, cargo cover and mat. For more specifics on the GT version go to this webpage:


Asking $1850.00 or B/O.

About 225,000 miles on the car, yes it is higher mileage, but they are all mostly highway miles, I bought it about 15,000 miles ago from Suffield Auto. My friend owns Suffield Auto and it was a trade in for an Outback. The previous owner had the car serviced at Suffield Auto. I have some service records for it. I can give you more specifics, but the timing belt had been done before I bought it, plugs, wires and rear brakes were done when I bought it about a year ago. Clutch is still good, no slipping at all. The only problems are the shifter linkage is loose, I think it may need some new bushings on the linkage, it shifts fine, just real "rubbery" feeling. It has a small dent on the driverís side quarter panel and another small one on the rear driverís side near the taillight. These were there when I got it. The body is real solid, only has some bubbling of the paint around the rear wheel wells. I believe the previous owner garaged it and I have garaged it too. The car is a real strong runner; it hasn't let me down once. With the 5-spd tranny and the 2.2 it has plenty of power for a daily driver. It was great in the winter last year too. I have no pics but will try and get some in the next week. If you are interested, please e-mail me.

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Old 09-21-2004, 03:03 PM   #2
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2012 Sport Limited
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Not the turbo right? Lemme ask my sister, she was looking for either an older Forester, Impreza or Legacy Wagon

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Old 09-21-2004, 10:39 PM   #3
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This is not a turbo wagon. I wish it was, but they only made the turbo wagon in an automatic in 93 & 94. It is the standard 2.2 liter, 130Hp and 137Lb of torque!
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Old 09-21-2004, 11:01 PM   #4
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98 RS
black & blue from parking


My gf has one of these, except its a base model. Auto, fwd, but still fun to drive and going strong at 193k. Great cars.
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Old 10-06-2004, 04:26 PM   #5
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Is the car still for sale?

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Old 10-06-2004, 07:24 PM   #6
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GT was limited production in 1994 people..VERY RARE!!! The Legacy Wagon came in L, LS, LSi, Mi, Ti, GX, Turbo, and GT that year. WOW, thats a lot of legacy wagon!

By the way I almost bought a 94 GT wagon. Real solid, stable, nimble (For a 94 wagon) and actually looked great. The raised roof really sets the car off, as well as body colored side skirts...Some Prodrive P1's would look great on any GT wagon! Great car
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