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Been a few years since i sold my Widetrack 05 STI to help with a house deposit, but definitely a car I regret selling and I'm keen to get my hands on another.

Ideally, after a blobeye or hawkeye Impreza STI and the budget is up to £10k depending on car and condition.

Mileage, preferably no more than 100k, and I will consider both modified and standard cars, as I plan to carry out a few upgrades in the future anyway.

Condition wise as long as the car is not rusty or damaged/ dented on the main bodywork, I am not too worried about scrapes/ scratches if the price is right.
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Been a few years since i sold my Widetrack 05 STI to help with a house deposit, but definitely a car I regret selling and I'm keen to get my hands on another.

Ideally, after a blobeye or hawkeye Impreza STI and the budget is up to £10k depending on car and condition.

Mileage, preferably no more than 100k, and I will consider both modified and standard cars, as I plan to carry out a few upgrades in the future anyway.

Condition wise as long as the car is not rusty or damaged/ dented on the main bodywork, I am not too worried about scrapes/ scratches if the price is right.
just saw this on ebay

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2003-Suba...TMNL:rk:3:pf:0
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Originally Posted by Bruty View Post
Been a few years since i sold my Widetrack 05 STI to help with a house deposit, but definitely a car I regret selling and I'm keen to get my hands on another.

Ideally, after a blobeye or hawkeye Impreza STI and the budget is up to £10k depending on car and condition.

Mileage, preferably no more than 100k, and I will consider both modified and standard cars, as I plan to carry out a few upgrades in the future anyway.

Condition wise as long as the car is not rusty or damaged/ dented on the main bodywork, I am not too worried about scrapes/ scratches if the price is right.

I have an sti blobeye for sale
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Thanks for the heads up, I've sent some messages on this one, as it's definitely the kind of thing I'd be after. Seen one or two other JDM cars in budget from dealers which is a positive as it's be nice to get a JDM variant but always a bit cautious from dealers as I've heard many horror stories.

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Would love this, but unfortunately I can't stretch outside of my budget!
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Would love this, but unfortunately I can't stretch outside of my budget!
£14k with all the memrobillia etc and my **** collection I have with it !! nothing gets taken off

I paid £12k 2 years ago and havenít stopped spending sometimes itís worth going that much extra for the best
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Would love this, but unfortunately I can't stretch outside of my budget!

https://www.pistonheads.com/classifieds/used-cars/subaru/impreza-sti/subaru-impreza-wrx-sti--my04-blobeye/9183300
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£14k with all the memrobillia etc and my **** collection I have with it !! nothing gets taken off

I paid £12k 2 years ago and havenít stopped spending sometimes itís worth going that much extra for the best
I paid 8k for mine 2 years ago and probably spent 6k since.

Method racing mr501 rally wheels £1700
Cusco zero sport 2 coilovers £1200
Whiteline anti lift kit £240
Whiteline bump steer kit £200
Whiteline front and rear 22mm sway bars £280
Whiteline lower front and rear trailing arms £400
Whiteline front and rear drop links £190
Cosworth hi flow induction kit £350

x4 Bridgestone Potenza RE050A 225/45/18 £520

Harvey Smith trick uppipe £225
Hayward and Scott decat downpipe £280
Custom 3" centre section and backbox £425
turbosmart vee port bov £260

Zun sport lower splitter £190
Zunsport Lower grill £100

Mapping by Andy Forrest x2 £650
Full geometry x3 Hypertech AG Motorsport £500ish

Full paint correction and ceramic coat £500

Cambelt, about 5 oil changes, 3 major services, the list goes on. Including labour it's probably well over 6k, why did we do it eh lol
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I paid 8k for mine 2 years ago and probably spent 6k since.

Method racing mr501 rally wheels £1700
Cusco zero sport 2 coilovers £1200
Whiteline anti lift kit £240
Whiteline bump steer kit £200
Whiteline front and rear 22mm sway bars £280
Whiteline lower front and rear trailing arms £400
Whiteline front and rear drop links £190
Cosworth hi flow induction kit £350

x4 Bridgestone Potenza RE050A 225/45/18 £520

Harvey Smith trick uppipe £225
Hayward and Scott decat downpipe £280
Custom 3" centre section and backbox £425
turbosmart vee port bov £260

Zun sport lower splitter £190
Zunsport Lower grill £100

Mapping by Andy Forrest x2 £650
Full geometry x3 Hypertech AG Motorsport £500ish

Full paint correction and ceramic coat £500

Cambelt, about 5 oil changes, 3 major services, the list goes on. Including labour it's probably well over 6k, why did we do it eh lol
soooo how much is yours worth now then ?
as we all know you never get what you spend
my exhaust rrp is over£1100 on its own suspension over £2500 steering wheel worth over £400 and a **** collection thatís worth over £1k thatís only the tip of the iceberg

mine has been in uk since brand new and not a ďfreshĒ used import
with only 43k miles on it previously owned by a mature enthusiasts as myself
only has the most rarest bits you will find on a jdm widetrack model in the uk, never had a drip of paintwork on it

far too much to list and value only to increase in time

I go buy a white jdm hatch then

not arsed if mine sells or not to be honest Iíll neber advertise it properly but I do love putting the pics up

MINES BETTER AND MUCH SUPERIOR THAN YOURS ON ANY GIVEN DAY INIT!!
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soooo how much is yours worth now then ?
as we all know you never get what you spend
my exhaust rrp is over£1100 on its own suspension over £2500 steering wheel worth over £400 and a **** collection thatís worth over £1k thatís only the tip of the iceberg

mine has been in uk since brand new and not a ďfreshĒ used import
with only 43k miles on it previously owned by a mature enthusiasts as myself
only has the most rarest bits you will find on a jdm widetrack model in the uk, never had a drip of paintwork on it

far too much to list and value only to increase in time

I go buy a white jdm hatch then

not arsed if mine sells or not to be honest Iíll neber advertise it properly but I do love putting the pics up

MINES BETTER AND MUCH SUPERIOR THAN YOURS ON ANY GIVEN DAY INIT!!

I've got mine advertised for 9500 mate lol, would listen to offers around 9. No sure how you value yours at 14k lol. And yes mine has been in UK since brand new also lol.
No trying to turn this into a my dad's bigger than yours but by the looks of it my car is far cleaner, better modifications, and cheaper lol.
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I've got mine advertised for 9500 mate lol, would listen to offers around 9. No sure how you value yours at 14k lol. And yes mine has been in UK since brand new also lol.
No trying to turn this into a my dad's bigger than yours but by the looks of it my car is far cleaner, better modifications, and cheaper lol.
Yours is merely a narrow track uk sti with over 90k mine is a jdm widetrack last of the blobeye models produced in 2005 with under 43k miles on it

far cleaner and better mods u say U WISH PET.... lets have some nice clean shots of your engine bay in full looks clean

youíve made my day

and my dad is Defo bigger than your dad
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Yours is merely a narrow track uk sti with over 90k mine is a jdm widetrack last of the blobeye models produced in 2005 with under 43k miles on it

far cleaner and better mods u say U WISH PET.... lets have some nice clean shots of your engine bay in full looks clean

youíve made my day

and my dad is Defo bigger than your dad
Engine bay and engine are totally stock mate. Still pulls as strong as the day I got her, made 355bhp and 345torque at Andy forrest 3 months ago. Might not be the shiniest engine bay but all the pipes etc are all stock and 14 years old lol. I could go out and spend a couple of quid on new shiney samco hoses but don't see the need. Over 90k on original internals clutch and injectors must be doing something right.
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Engine bay and engine are totally stock mate. Still pulls as strong as the day I got her, made 355bhp and 345torque at Andy forrest 3 months ago. Might not be the shiniest engine bay but all the pipes etc are all stock and 14 years old lol. I could go out and spend a couple of quid on new shiney samco hoses but don't see the need. Over 90k on original internals clutch and injectors must be doing something right.

Have a wee look through, think you'll agree she's clean lol. https://www.instagram.com/bg3663/
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Engine bay and engine are totally stock mate. Still pulls as strong as the day I got her, made 355bhp and 345torque at Andy forrest 3 months ago. Might not be the shiniest engine bay but all the pipes etc are all stock and 14 years old lol. I could go out and spend a couple of quid on new shiney samco hoses but don't see the need. Over 90k on original internals clutch and injectors must be doing something right.
AND....

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Have a wee look through, think you'll agree she's clean lol. https://www.instagram.com/bg3663/
Nope don’t agree at all seen much tidier engine on daily’s

also I do my own cleaning polishing etc and don’t pay some next man to tart it up for me so I can take some pics

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Nope donít agree at all seen much tidier engine bays on dailyís

their aren't any pictures of my engine bay on that link hahahhah. now I know you're at it hahaha. Caught red handed 👏👏👏👏👏
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their aren't any pictures of my engine bay on that link hahahhah. now I know you're at it hahaha. Caught red handed 👏👏👏👏👏

DUDE I nearly had u lol!
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DUDE I nearly had u lol!
Haha. 🎣🎣🎣🎣
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DUDE I nearly had u lol!
lol i gotta do it.................

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lol i gotta do it.................

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ok im gonna join in on the ***** waving now and i truly believe mine OUTSHINES the competition....................Bruty can you please put us out of our misery and tell us whos is the most sparkly shiny subaru otherwise we will end up arguing like the 3 stooges lol









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ok im gonna join in on the ***** waving now and i truly believe mine OUTSHINES the competition....................Bruty can you please put us out of our misery and tell us whos is the most sparkly shiny subaru otherwise we will end up arguing like the 3 stooges lol










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Not bad under your artificial indoor lighting..................
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Not bad under your artificial indoor lighting..................

Not my lighting mate, was from the workshop who.done the paint correction and ceramic coating. guessing it's to aid in perfection.....

Here's another one though just so it's all fair lol

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