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coldcuppatea

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coldcuppatea last won the day on July 4

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About coldcuppatea

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    Sheffield
  • Subaru Model
    Spec D
  1. This isn't an incredibly active forum and by its nature, most people who want a Subaru on here probably already have one! Your car is competitively priced compared to similar ones on the sites I mentioned so I'd just get it advertised and you should shift it. Nice car BTW.
  2. I think it's priced reasonably well, at least considering what people are asking for much older blobs and hawks. Do you have it advertised on Autotrader or Pistonheads? I had a quick look and couldn't see it. If this is the only place it's advertised it's not surprising that you haven't had any interest. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. It's a WRX SL I believe. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. A lot of the Spec D are registered as normal STI. Seems pretty random. Odd to put a black one as a Spec D though! Wonder if anyone at Subaru UK could help you? Maybe you have a one off rarity!
  5. Damn. Too late. Forged pistons. Ah well, might as well take the nav out now.
  6. One day I'll be the only spec d owner with the original sat nav and the car will therefore be worth millions. In my dreams!
  7. Yup. Anyone with any sense (ie not me) removes them. I have the spec d brochure and it's listed as standard. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Actually, just realised, this is how you can tell if it's a spec D. The lousy spec d sat nav has a button on the steering column (if you want to go somewhere, you press the button and it puts you through to a call centre who will send the nav unit directions!!!). You can just see it in the pic.
  9. Standard in Spec D! Tbh I wish they'd spent the money on the frikking pistons and head gasket.
  10. And don't forget the world's worst factory fit sat nav!
  11. Nope, no sun roof. I think that was the WRX SL. "Sunroof and leather". They're good at this naming thing are subaru! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Looks nice, whatever it is! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. Is this in some parallel universe None of them have had head gasket failure, piston failure, bottom ends going etc. So no, sadly very much in this universe.
  14. Tell me about it. Bad times when mates with Renaults have the upper hand with reliability!
  15. 2500 miles since the rebuild now. The big test was a trackday last Sunday, which it survived! Got to say Martin has been spot on with it all. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk