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Hi there guys, im posting on behalf of my cousin, hes got a 1993 subaru impreza wrx jdm import for sale. It was imported around 2007 and it is completely original and stock and no modifications have been done to it probably except the stereo lol. This is a version 1 impreza which means it has the more robust closed deck block. it has only 145,000km which translates into approximately 90,000 miles! the car is in excellent condition and is rust free!!! it has a few tiny age related marks which are to be expected seeing its 24 years old it is but very very little dents or scra
Hi guys, I have for sale a Vortex afterburner exhaust backbox. It is a straight exit backbox. This is for an impreza hawkeye but I bought it to adjust and put on my gc8, unfortunately I havent had the times and due to other circumstances I want to sell it. I also bought a brand new gasket for it that is still in its pack. The exhaust is very neat and tidy and has no dents and scrapes like many exhausts we see! These are going on scooby world brand new for around 225-235pounds. Its not brand new but Its like it is! Spotless and scratchless from what I can see. Just needs a good clean up w
So broke down and finally decided to purchase a proper detailing starter kit. Just went with the AutoGlym starter kit for now to get me started. Any tips? I've read about the two bucket method, but is that entirely necessary when you have a bucket and a hose? Lol This is what it comes with. Not bad for £50. 325ml Bodywork Shampoo Conditioner 325ml Super Resin Polish - Four time winner of Detailing World’s Polish of the Year award 325ml Extra Gloss Protection 500ml Clean Wheels 500ml Instant Tyre Dressing 300ml Wheel Protector - Recom
I want to clean my WRX engine. It looks like a previous owner had an anti-freeze pipe or tank or radiator burst all over it, or could it could be some sort of spray on preservative like Supaguard perhaps? I was thinking of using my old steam wallpaper machine to steam it off using only the hose attached. I don't really want to use Gunk because that's really messy and likely to do more damage. Can anyone suggest what I can use to get this thick green film off please? With Thanks.