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Old 24 November 2018, 03:17 PM
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Old 24 November 2018, 03:18 PM
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Old 25 November 2018, 06:42 AM
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Op, lovely looking car. Can I ask where you got your seat cover from please
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Old 25 November 2018, 07:02 AM
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Op, lovely looking car. Can I ask where you got your seat cover from please
Thank You mate really appreciate that. the seat cover was imported in MY05 from nakamura Ltd sti imports soec c showroom. It's a Kevlar protected fully adjustable cover very rare. don't think I've seen another 1 on a blobeye, like.my method race wheels Mr501

hope that helps bro. lemme know if.you find 1.
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Old 27 November 2018, 07:16 PM
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Anyone else saw these wheels on a MY05 Blobeye?? or any blobeye outwith WRC.....
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Old 02 December 2018, 03:24 PM
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This utter idiot has finally admitted its not a my05 and put the pistonheads price up by 1690...my04 non widetrack 98000 miles for 11690 😂😂
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Old 03 December 2018, 05:32 PM
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Is it just me or is the scooby selling scene dead genuine widetrack models at 8500 even less aint sold,all the ones on ebay still for sale the only one i have seen sold was at 6400 so i think scooby owners need to go back to the prices they were at couple years ago 5k 6k 7k they just aint worth what the owners think they are i remember they were hard to sell with anything over 80k miles on them years ago and now they have gone up in price with even more miles on them and there not classic cars either so either keep them or you will have to get very lucky to get anywhere near 8k to 10k

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Originally Posted by 3drcos View Post
Is it just me or is the scooby selling scene dead genuine widetrack models at 8500 even less aint sold,all the ones on ebay still for sale the only one i have seen sold was at 6400 so i think scooby owners need to go back to the prices they were at couple years ago 5k 6k 7k they just aint worth what the owners think they are i remember they were hard to sell with anything over 80k miles on them years ago and now they have gone up in price with even more miles on them and there not classic cars either so either keep them or you will have to get very lucky to get anywhere near 8k to 10k
wrong time of year to be selling a car like this anyway. a truly decent car will fetch good money but you will have to wait for the right buyer to come along.
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Old 03 December 2018, 09:58 PM
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Originally Posted by the shreksta View Post
wrong time of year to be selling a car like this anyway. a truly decent car will fetch good money but you will have to wait for the right buyer to come along.
i dnt think its a case of wrong time of year iv seen same subaru's sti's up for sale since summer time, its the prices there up for simple fact there just not worth that much hence they aint sold
there is a 05 reg widetrack thats been up for ages on ebay at 7995 with 85k miles on he just cnt sell it
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Old 04 January 2019, 03:47 PM
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Originally Posted by 3drcos View Post
i dnt think its a case of wrong time of year iv seen same subaru's sti's up for sale since summer time, its the prices there up for simple fact there just not worth that much hence they aint sold
there is a 05 reg widetrack thats been up for ages on ebay at 7995 with 85k miles on he just cnt sell it
Tough cars to sell. Now days buyers want VWAG products, cars from dealers with finance packages, or stuff they can get past the Mrs. Factor in insurance premiums, big servicing costs, that 06' cars are 550 to tax, get 20mpg and that the new London ULEZ will charge Imrpeza's 12.50 a day and you can see why they're struggling to sell.

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Old 09 January 2019, 06:12 PM
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Massive thanks to Kev at Kw detailing Kilmarnock for an outstanding effort over the last few days. Car underwent a full paint correction, ceramic coating and change of calipers. Brilliant service from start to finish.

Pretty sure I drove past you on Sunday in Killie mate, least Im 99.9% i did, it was the wheels I noticed, look awesome

Quick one, how much did Kev charge for the change of colour of the calipers, thinking of getting mine done, cheers
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Old 14 January 2019, 07:06 PM
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05 Impreza Wrx STI type UK
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98k original miles
Mot September 19
FSH
V5 complete

Engine


Standard Ej20
Sti tmic
550 pink injectors
Turbosmart dv
Cosworth high flow intake
RCM fuel pump

Hayward and Scott decat downpipe
Harvey Smith trick uppipe

Full custom exhaust by Meercat Exhausts 3" and 4" tailpipe

Mapped by Andy forrest ( 28th Spetmeber 2018)
made 355bhp and 336lb torque
Interchangeable maps of 0.8 and 1.4bar of boost

The car has never been tracked, was a daily driver up until last month which is the reason for sale. Always run with Miller's nanotech 5w 40 and serviced every 3k miles ( receipts to prove )

Suspension

This has been my main area of modification since owning. Wasn't overly concerned with power initially, but wanted to really improve the handling. I've lost count of the amount of geometry sessions I've had with subaru specialists, tweak here tweak there, I really am very fussy about things like that.

When I first got her she was on standard sti shocks and springs, I quickly changed those springs to eibachs and a full geometry set up with Duncan at Hypertech. Now at that time the car was on 17s and 205 45 17 tires which I also changed later on.

I then went from the eibach springs to......

Cusco Zero sport 2 coilovers

Whiteline bump steer kit
Whiteline anti lift kit
Whiteline rear 22mm sway bar
Whiteline front 22mm sway bar
Whiteline rear control arms ( adjustable )
Whiteline camber bolts

225 45 18 Bridgestone Potenza RE050A
Method race mr501 rallye wheels

Full geometry setup by AG Motorsport

All these parts have been on the car for around 5 months. done around 2k miles and unabused.

I've probably missed a lot here, I've all the receipts of sale for parts fitted and work done etc, along with log book stamps etc.

Really is a genuine sale, only looking for what's a fair sale.

Any questions please feel free to get in touch. Added a few pics of her recently taken

Many thanks




















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Free bump.... Nice car

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