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    2002 Outback H6 VDC - Blitzen6 Clone

    It has come time for the venerable "Blitzen6" to go on its merry way to a new owner who will have the time to give it the attention that it deserves. The car has diverged a bit from the original build thread, but I will list the current modifications here.

    First, the car is titled as a 2002 Subaru Legacy Outback H6 VDC. The title is clear of any sort of lien, and is a "clean title" (no rebuilds/salvage/etc). It passed CT emissions about 6 months ago, and has approximately 6 months left on that since they only gave me 1 year this time around. The car has 175,607 miles. I do also have the Blitzen wheels, and if you want those as well (both the 5-spoke and the Blitzen) then add $500. The Blitzen wheels have a good set of PureContact tires on them.

    The good:
    Runs and drives very well.
    Front KYB Excel-G struts are brand new, less than 50 miles on them.
    Brand new set of rear KYB Excel-G shocks are included, but not installed.
    All brake pads recently replaced
    Brand new exhaust (all parts, headers, cats, midpipe, muffler)
    AC Compressor recently replaced, and system recharged.
    Front right driveshaft recently replaced with good used OEM shaft (no vibrations!)
    Radiator Cap recently replaced
    Oil, Power Steering, and Brake fluids recently changed
    Many mods listed below
    Spare brake pads and oil filters included.

    The bad:
    Typical rear arch rust has started.
    Typical H6 valve cover gasket leaks. Nothing serious, just some drips on the pavement.
    The aftermarket Paint is not in perfect condition.
    The headlights are starting to haze up. They will need buffing soon.
    Tires need to be replaced soon. One caught a nail in the sidewall, and is now slightly mismatched from the others. The tires overall probably have one season left in them.

    The Mods:
    JDM Parts:
    D-type Blitzen Front End (Bumper, Blitzen Headlights, Grill)
    D-type Non-Turbo Aluminum Hood
    D-type Blitzen Rear Bumper
    B/C-type Blitzen Trunk w/spoiler
    Smoked Tail lights
    Rear Windscreen w/rear wiper assembly
    FHI 4-Pot Front Calipers
    Nissan R32 2-pot Rear Calipers w/Kartboy adapters
    D-type Legacy Rear Subframe Brace
    STI Catalog A/T Pedal Set
    STI Door Sills
    Legacy 5-spoke 17” wheels.

    Other parts:
    Outback Spacer Delete (includes driveshaft and steering column change)
    Legacy KYB Excel-G Struts/Shocks with stock Outback Sedan springs
    Pioneer AVH-1300NEX CarPlay Headunit w/custom McIntosh amplifier adapter
    Kenwood KFC-1665S Speakers (Front and Rear)
    Dynamat Extreme all over the car
    22mm Whiteline Rear Swaybar
    Braided Brake Lines
    Tinted Windows (35% Front, 30% Rear, ~30% OEM tint on rear windscreen)
    Legacy Doors (no Outback cladding)
    Door “Bumper” trim removed and filled in.
    2003/04 US Front Seats (power recline for driver)
    Subaru All Weather front mats in the front.
    150A High Output Alternator
    Optima Red Top AGM Battery
    Subaru SPT Battery Tie-down
    Forester XT Steering Wheel

    The price:
    I am looking for $3200 for the car as it is. $3700 for the car and the Blitzen wheels.

    EDIT: I do have 4 5-spoke wheels for the car. One of them had a leak on the valve stem, and I will be having it fixed tomorrow. In the meantime, the photos have a donut spare.

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