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    [QLD] 2003 GEN4 Subaru Liberty Sedan with RWC

    I'm reluctantly selling my daily of which I've been the second owner for the last 10.5 years. Unfortunately it does not tow the race car or drive on the sand, and the garage is full. I've done three quarters of the 278,000km on the clock without any issues. Has service history with Subaru, TAS Performance, Toowoomba Steering Service, and myself.

    Pros:
    - Lowered on Tein coilovers (can go lower than photographed)
    - Tinted windows
    - Pioneer stereo including 6 DVD in dash headunit (Ipod, bluetooth) with JDM facia, amped front splits, rear splits and 12" subwoofer in boot
    - $900 worth of suspension bushes and work done recently
    - Daytime running lights
    - Flawless reliability (apart from general servicing and maintenance this car has not had any issues or left me stranded).
    - Hayman Reese towbar with transmission cooler
    - Registration to July 2019 (7 months)
    - RWC/Safety certificate has been obtained

    Cons:
    - Exterior and interior are in average condition for it's age.

    Personalised plates are not part of the sale. I'll chuck in the factory stereo and a few spare parts (new air filter and whatever else I can find).

    Chasing $4250. Located at Withcott/Toowoomba QLD.

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    Paul

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    I miss my one of these, was a comfortable place to be and an easy drive without being totally sterile like newer commuters.

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      Originally posted by aerobrick View Post
      I miss my one of these, was a comfortable place to be and an easy drive without being totally sterile like newer commuters.
      Preaching to the choir. If it didn't cost me a grand per year to keep it on the road I'd be keeping it, but unfortunately there are other things I need the dosh for. It's such a fun car to drive for what it is.
      Paul

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