But same colour as a type R.
They started out as a turbo. They also have the Turbo 2000 AWD sticker on from factory. On the bottom left of the boot. Then the RB5 sticker to the right.
They were built as a tribute to Richard burns, have an individually numbered plaque in the middle and have quite a few differences to the standard turbo.
There were only 444 made and according to how many left there are only 170 on the road. Out of the 170 left there are quite a few 'dogs too' with the typical Subaru arch problems etc and a lot in need of TLC. I looked at several a few years ago when I purchased mine and have seen what's sold since on the internet. Bar the 3,000 mile example that recently sold by Rich at appreciating classics I don't think you would find a better example but maybe/ certainly on par.
Mine also is very low owners, reasonable mileage and in very good condition. It also has full Subaru service history. It has always been garaged and stored correctly. Always maintained regardless of cost.
There are also 376 Impreza P1 left on the road according to how many left, 32 22B's which are obviously in a different price bracket & X amount of thousand standard Turbo 2000 on the road. Making the RB5 quite a rare car.
If the RB5 was a 3dr Subaru I believe it would have been much more sought after but as said it was a tribute car to a rally legend, with only so many made.
I was just curious as previously mentioned what everyone thought it may be worth as I considered parting with it. 'Not a definite, I love the car!!!!'
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