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About TonyCee

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    UK Spec 1999 2.0 Turbo
  1. Ouch and ouch again. Talk about getting hammered. I've a feeling I might end up getting nailed like that too, despite trying to allow for it in the price :-(
  2. I will indeed. Before I even get the car up on the lift, or strip anything off the car, I know that mines is suffering from the exact level of rot as the car detailed within this thread (hopefully no worse!!!):
  3. Yeah I decided to go for this one (knowing about the rot) as the previous owner had it for 12 years. Totally standard car apart from the back box. The car is getting treated to a full respray as the paintwork is worse than the pictures show. I'll likely get around to a full service first. As I've always been a Toyota and Honda man, I know nothing about Subarus. Can you point me to a thread that contains all required servicing information (what belts, oilso & their specification, filters etc to use) please?
  4. @savage bulldogs @stants thanks lads. This sounds like it could turn out much more expensive than I had initially thought. Here's some pics of the car anyway. Your thoughts on the colour?
  5. Thanks for the reply. It's fairly goosed but I think I might get it in time before that's necessary (I'll see what my welder says). The car does need new outer arches welded in also (totally gone) so it might come to it that I need new quarters. I didn't see anything in the how-to guide section so I thought I'd ask you guys anyway.
  6. Hi guys, I'm new to the site and looking for some help on how best to address the rear inner arch issue which seems to plague the older Imprezas. Most of my inner arch has been reclaimed by nature, heading upwards to the turret top of the rear suspension. Assuming that several members on here have experienced this problem; is there anyone who can provide guidance as to the best approach to repairing these, eg., is it necessary to remove suspension, petrol tank, etc? Any help on this would be gratefully received. Best regards, Tony