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6 Aug 2019
Well, in the name of practicality, the WRX isn't doing me any good as a daily driver financially, so I've decided to sell it once I find an Outback to replace it, along with quitting autocross as senior year is coming up and I'm trying to prepare financially for moving after graduation. Anyone know of someone selling a well-maintained Outback for $3-$4k, preferably more toward the $3k end or less? I'm not looking for a race car, so either a stick shift or automatic will do, but stick is a bonus. I'm looking for a 4-cylinder normally aspirated one, not a turbo or a 6-cylinder.
21 Jun 2019
I've got a bolt-in roll bar for NA Miatas, along with a harness bar and 2 Crow Enterprizes racing harnesses. I was going to use it in my 1990, but decided to put off track days until after college so it's just been sitting and I don't need it. Asking $250 for all of it.
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19 Jan 2019
I've decided I'd like to give my 2004 WRX a try in D street and see how it does, but I don't want to buy full-priced new tires. If anyone has a cheap used set of something like RE71s, RT615Ks or ZIIs lying around they'd like to sell in a 16-inch size, let me know. If they're already mounted on stock older WRX wheels too, I'd consider taking the set of wheels as well.
7 Nov 2018
So, my Spark's transmission turned out to be shot at 88,400 miles. Thankfully, I got it looked at before the warranty gives up at 90,000, and it's getting a new trans under warranty. With that said, I don't want to know what other lovely problems are in store after the warranty runs out, so I'm going to replace it since it's evidently not the reliable, well-built car I thought it was. I found this very nice 2002 EP chassis Civic Si hatch on Craigslist:
Anyone know whether these things are good at autocross? I definitely want the next car to be autocrossable. This one caught my eye because it's in Sun City (elderly owner I'm assuming who took really good care of it), it's only on its second owner, has low miles and looks like there's no way it's 16 years old. I just don't know much about the 7th-gen Si hatches, I've only seen 8th-gen or old 4th-gen and 5th-gen Civics as competitive autocross cars.
14 Aug 2018
So I ended up getting some money unexpectedly, and I now have enough to pay off my Chevy Spark. I'm going to try to sell it and look for a new daily driver. I really like WRXs, but I know they're not the most reliable things on the road or cheap to maintain. I'm mainly looking at WRXs (it would have to be an old one though; my budget will be about $5-6k, mostly money I get from selling the Spark), hot hatches like the Mini Cooper S and GTI, and I'm also considering something along the lines of a Civic SI or Acura RSX Type S. I haven't read great things online about the GTI and Cooper S reliability-wise, but I know we have people driving both of those. Any personal experiences with maintenance costs and reliability on the WRX, Cooper S and GTI? I'm not worried about the Hondas because, well, they're Hondas. smile.gif
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