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Subaru powered Baja Bug:…

Selling my Baja Bugaru. First off, the transaxle will need rebuilt. I have dropped the price to reflect this. Last time this was done it totaled out to $270 (have receipt). I thought I might have damaged an axle but pulled those and everything looks good (was not getting positive power on drivers side). The buggy has modified suicide doors with aluminum panels on the inside. The baja comes with the rear 5 lug wheels/trail buster AT tires pictured, not the aluminum wheels or paddle tires. Trailer is not included. I have a couple spare engine computers that will go with the Baja, one is a diagnostic ECM. This Baja is one of a kind. Buggy is located in Wabash, IN.

The Baja is powered by a 1994 Subaru 2.2l engine, recently rebuilt w/ all new gaskets, runs perfectly
96 chevy s10 power steering box (yep, power steering!)
65 pan With a 71 body
IRS conversion
85 6 rib side shift transaxle (094) w/ weddle style shift linkage
2x3 trailing arms
New bus cv joints
Bus axles
New water pump
New timming belt
94 Subaru turbo radiator
Howe brake and clutch pedals
Kenndy adaptor plate and stage 2 clutch
85 side shift trans
Cutter brakes
Front and rear disk brakes vw wide 5
Front brakes are 85 s10 blazer 4x4
Rear 91 monte carlo
Front brake lines 85 s10 4x4
Fuel tank had fuel gage installed
Front king pins are reinforced, welded beams and welded backing plates
Front tortion has been cutt and raised
Full custom roll cage, cage contours with interior
High torqe starter
Kyb shocks

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2013 Subaru BRZ Limited
2,974 Miles
6 Speed Manual Transmission
2.0L Boxster 4 Cylinder - 200 HP - 2762 Lbs.

Touch screen with Navigation, heated seats, push button start - this car is simply the nicest car I've ever owned and I love it! The problem is that I have three cars right now and it seems as if no body wants to buy my 2012 Mustang GT so I'm listing this car for sale as well, but believe me I rather sell the Mustang.

I'm asking $7,265 below MSRP for a few small reasons. The main reason being that it is a Hurricane Sandy survivor. If it wasn't for a small stain on one of the seats and a scratch here or there this car would be in perfect condition. The car truly is a must see, and being $7,265 under MSRP means that $7,265 you can put towards the HKS Supercharger / Greddy Turbo that's perfect for this application. That was my plan at least. (Please buy my Mustang:…)

Pictures will come soon! The car is black.

$21,000 FIRM.

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