Between the temptation of endless turbo subaru mods and maintence upkeep on a older car, I've decided to sell the outback that I picked up about a year ago and get a new forester. About 117k miles on chasses, and under 100 on the motor. Allpro recently put in a new wrx clutch/flywheel kit and did a full timing belt service (last month). Radiator, caps, and hoses are brand new. Oil usage is one quart per 500 miles on average. Drivetrain: STi up-pipe Grimmspeed AOS Ultragauge Cobb AP V3 Grp N pitch mount Grp N tranny mount Grp N crossmember bushings New shift linkage/connector Kartboy short shifter Kartboy front and rear shift bushings Fresh fluids Banjo bolt filter removed Chassis: Gen2 KYB excel G struts KYB strut tops Rallitek OE height spring kit H&R camber bolts Aluminum front control arms 2" trailer hitch Gorilla bar with skidplate Stereo: Aux input mod Factory subwoofer Window tint doesn't look so hot and the rear passenger window doesn't go down but otherwise everything works as it should. Heated leather seats, heated mirrors, sunroof, etc. I get an extraordinary number of comments about the paint job (color is matte army green), and it really it does a great job at hauling a family and a bunch of gear while still handling well. Current tires and brakes have tons of life left. Price is $4850 obo. If it needs to sell for much less I'll likely keep the AP and sell that separately. If it sells for full price I'll throw in my yakima roof rack with crossbars and a brand new yakima swingdaddy bike rack. Outback1 by Eric Ferris, on Flickr I'll try and get some better photos up this weekend.