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For Sale: 2003 Subaru Impreza in St. Louis, Missouri

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2003 Subaru Impreza WRX AWD 2.0L turbocharged flat four-cylinder engine (code EJ205) with an AEM CAI, Cobb oil cap and filler neck, Turbo XS, Grimm and other aftermarket engine parts.Five-speed manual transmission and 3.9:1 final drive Sonic Yellow exterior (code 13V) Black cloth interior (code B20) Electronic climate control, power steering, power brakes, cruise control, power windows, power locks Momo steering wheel Documentation includes invoices with engine repair details Has had a $15,000 comprehensive repaint in 2021 to better than new One of the greatest automotive rivalries sprang up more than 30 years ago between Mitsubishi?s Lancer and Subaru?s Impreza, which impacted an entire generation of automotive enthusiasts and speed freaks. The previous owner had a show quality paint job done on the car. It lasted close to a year in the body shop getting a high quality paint job. It shows! This 2003 Impreza WRX AWD was made in June 2002 in Fuji is hard to miss, dressed as it is in Sonic Yellow (code 13V). The paint and trim are in overall excellent order, the bodywork is straight and solid, the body-colored bumpers fit tightly, and the engine bay is tidy. Car comes witha clean auto check showing moderate damage in 1/23/2005, car was professionally repainted since. This Subie rolls on Falken radials, size 235/45ZR17 at every corner. Each tire is mounted on factory alloy wheels. All tires and wheels are in very good order. Under the hood is a 2.0L turbocharged flat four-cylinder engine (code EJ205) backed by a five-speed manual transmission. Engine modifications include an AEM cold-air intake, Cobb oil cap and filler neck, Grimm, Turbo XS and other aftermarket parts. The previous owner recently spent more than $3,000 of engine work, including new coolant, new engine oil and engine oil filter changes and a new engine thermostat. Performance mods were done at 78,xxx miles, currentamileage at 86,554, less than 7,000 miles in two years! Inside, the car?s black cloth interior (code B20) is in overall great shape. The front bucket seats are heavily bolstered and there?s a rear bench seat. There?s black carpeting, a neutral headliner and a Momo four-spoke steering wheel. The inner door panels and dashboard are in similar very good order, as is the center console and shifter. A Kenwood AM/FM stereo with CD player completes the interior. In December 2000, Subaru updated the WRX to the second generation. The GDA WRX model also retained the five-speed manual transmission gearbox design from the GC8. The GD chassis, along with the WRX and STI, underwent two styling changes in its life cycle. The original styling applied to A and B. Initially, this design proved to be rather unpopular which prompted a more conventional design for the later C models. Applied B (2001) North America receives its first Impreza WRX models. They are equipped with an EJ205 engine. Unlike the Japanese EJ205, the US-spec engine uses a Mitsubishi TD04-13T turbocharger unit. In stock form, it reaches a peak 13.6 psi (0.9 bar) of boost. The seats are the same as the basic J-spec Impreza. The wheels are cast 16" x 6.5" version of the J-spec WRX NB wheels while the brakes are two-piston/one-piston front and rear with the front rotors being ventilated disks. 2002 WRXs came with brake duct plates that guided the air in the front bumper vent to the wheel well. The gear ratios are the standard export models, but the final drive is a 3.9:1 ratio. The rear LSD is a viscous coupling type. The steering rack has a ratio of 16.5:1. Applied C (2002?2003) There are few changes from applied B. The gears are changed to RA-width gears (one mm increase in size) to increase durability of the transmission. There is also a valve that prevents ?drop-clutch? starts in an effort to reduce the number of shattered gearboxes from abusive AWD launching. The ignition ring is now illuminated with green lighting. Early 2002 WRXs had brake duct plates. At the end of calendar year 2002, the brake duct plates were no longer equipped on the WRXs. A shorter metal fuel pipe and longer connector hose were implemented under the intake manifold to avoid fuel leaks at freezing temperatures. Documentation includes engine repair details. Competition to this Impreza WRX in 2003 primarily was Mitsubishi?s Lancer Evolution VII. Other competitors included Acura?s Integra Type S, Chevrolet?s Cavalier Z24, Dodge?s Neon R/T, Ford Escort?s ZX2, Nissan?s Sentra SE-R Spec V, Pontiac?s Sunfire GT and Volkswagen?s Jetta GLI. If you had one of these cars in high school or college and you?re interested in having another one now that you?re settled down, please visit MotoeXotica Classic Cars today to check it out for yourself. VIN: JF1GD29613G501244 EIN: EJ205BW4BB TIN: TY754VN2BA This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 86,453 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!! Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.

Vehicle Details

  • 2003 Subaru Impreza
  • Listing ID: CC-1590147
  • Price: Contact Seller
  • Location:St. Louis, Missouri
  • Year:2003
  • Make:Subaru
  • Model:Impreza
  • Odometer:0
  • Stock Number:220404
  • VIN:JF1GD29613G501244
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