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Yes it's time to sell the Subaru. (I know I rarely write purely personal posts on my blog, but heck even Sara has done it before.) I bought a new car last week -- an Infiniti G37 6MT -- and I LOVE it. I know it's not as fast or as practical as my Subaru but it's got black leather seats and it's shiny and new... oh and it has dual exhaust and it sounds so good growling down the street. I'll make it much faster later -- it took me a couple years to build my Subaru the way I like it, so give me some time. ;-)
So here's my baby that I'm selling. If any of you know me personally I am a total car enthusiast and I took care of this car like no other (I have all the records and dyno reports). If I could afford all the insurance on both cars I would keep her. But I figure I can find a good home for her with someone who is as into cars as I am. I've put so much money into this work of art I know I'll never get it back. But I'm not into cars for money, I'm into going really really fast -- and this one does that very well. ;-)
FOR SALE - (Northern California) 2003 Easy Street ESX Stage 4 WRX
Race Inspired Daily Driver
Do you want a reliable daily driver that's a functional wagon and lives up to your performance expectations? This car is race-inspired and was built by one of the most prestigious Subaru racing shops in L.A. Enter the Easy Street ESX Stage 4 WRX Wagon.
Dyno Tested: 239.6hp at the wheels @6250 RPM 221.8ft-lbs torque @4500 RPM
Performance Features: Easy Street Stage 4 performance package, IHI VF-34 Turbo, 3" exhaust & downpipe, Injen polished cold air intake w/ extra filter, Helix Flex up-pipe, large MRT top mounted intercooler, STI 300cc Injectors and fuel system, NGK Iridium plugs, bigger STI hood scoop, TEIN Superstreet suspension w/ EDFC (cockpit dampener controller), GFB Blow-off valve, Cusco front strut bar, Blitz turbo timer, Autometer cobalt series boost gauge, 18" Rotas w/ Sumitomo 225/40ZR18 tires, Tinted windows, Alpine amplifier + sub whoofer, Cobra radar detector, Yakima bike roof rack, Garmin navigation system, 1 yr old clutch, + more! Over $25K in modifications!
Standard Factory Features: Midnight Black Pearl w/ black cloth interior, rear spoiler, 4-cylinder turbo, 5-speed manual transmission, driver & passenger airbags, alarm, anti-lock brakes, bucket seats, 6 disk CD changer, cassette radio, cruise control, fog lights, power locks, power steering, power windows, premium sound, rear window defroster, rear window wiper
This car is in great condition with only 64,500 miles. I am a car enthusiast that never misses a service or synthetic oil change. Tuned for street driving but can be retuned easily to race, she has a clean title and has never had any mechanical problems. I’m the original owner and I have all service records and the original ESX brochure. The 60K-mile service is DONE, all service is up to date. Price Includes all original stock parts.
Contact me if you are interested in a test drive!
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With specs like that I'd buy it from you in a heartbeat (If I had the money and lived in the States that is lol), but I'm guessing you've already sold it by now?
I haven't sold it yet, it's still for sale :-)
Wish I could buy it from you, but seeing as I'm on the other side of the world, that's hardly possible.
I am interested to see pics of your new car though, any ideas when you might be posting any?
I would have never imagined you were into race cars, it looks wonderful.
Waaay too old for such toys, but it does look like a nice ride.
I hope you sell it to somebody that appreciates it.
Since this post is about cars, I thought I'd show you the car I want to get. I don't know how you feel about your readers posting links, but here goes:
I was really surprised to find that there's one in the country. At current exchange rates, that'd cost me around $14,666.70 ... so I've got some saving to do lol
What you think?
Nice ride! Too bad you can't buy this one though ;-)
Here's another community interview from our Italian Visual Basic MVP Alessandro Del Sole , this time
What a busy week! Every time I sat down to write this blog post, someone would sit down and want to chat
The PDC wasn't all hard work, we sure had some fun too . As always there where a number of product
Dude, you know your getting old when you buy an Infinity.
Wellllll... yes I admit I'm getting old. But at least I went with the G37 Coupe with a 6-speed manual tranny. Once I save up for my supercharger it'll be close to 500 horses. Not bad for a luxury car ;-)
I take it that car's sold an long gone by now?