snork said:Heh, what exactly is a Forester STi? Bill Kolb, Jr Subaru used to advertise their own "Forester STi" but it was basically a WRB Forester XT with some of their own custom mods (ie: STi wheels, custom leather interior, STi shifter, lip kit, etc.), not a true STi from the factory.
I don't like to think about what I've spent on the car, but it's far less than $40k. I'm actually contemplating a sale if I found a buyer willing to pay what I wanted for her ($19k-without trans, wheels, seats, but with everything else).snork said:Wow, you really do have quite the Forester there:tup:
If you don't mind my asking...how much did that all run ya? I gotta imagine you have close to 40k into the car with all that work
Nope, that price does not include the JDM FSTi 6-speed transmission that is not yet installed. Car would come with the stock 5 speed, which is actually a great setup.njjuliano said:What does without trans mean? Transportation? Not tranny, right?
i had a for sale thread over on www.nasioc.comnjjuliano said:Hmmmmm........I've been looking for an extra car....
Magic Marker said:I'll add you to the list, but what kind of B9 are you driving etc?
You've been added! BTW, you must have an amazing weekend job to drive all the way to New Brunswick from PA.jamaitin said:OK, put me down. I'm from Poconos, PA but I work in New Brunswick, NJ on weekends. I'm drivin' 7 passenger Black LTD w/ a few extras, nuthin' special.
Magic, you'd be surprised at the number of people that live in the Poconos and drive all the way down Rt 80 to NYC everyday!Magic Marker said:You've been added! BTW, you must have an amazing weekend job to drive all the way to New Brunswick from PA.