The first generation Subaru Impreza was released with little fanfare and a low output flat-4 in the US market. Subaru didn’t sell the hopped up WRX version in the North American market, but they did install all-wheel-drive as standard after 1997 and run a turbocharged Subaru 2.5RX at various auto shows to bring some attention to the next generation that got the fast version. Today’s car is a good example of what that car would have been like to drive. Find this 1995 Subaru Impreza offered for $8,200 in Oxford, OH via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.
From the seller:
MUST SEE!!!! It’s been a hard decision but I have decided to sell my 95 wrx sleeper. It is very clean….these are getting hard to find in this condition. You wont find one nicer. It is a 1995 impreza 2.2L with a 02 wrx complete drivetrain swap. Not just the engine. Engine, trans (5-speed),driveshaft, diffs, axles, front and rear disc conversion, etc. The complete drivetrain has only 56k on it. I have documentation with the title from the donor car for varification. Its very quick considering it’s a 2600 lbs car. Also has intake, complete exhaust, headers, uppipe, 3 inch downpipe and cat back. Tgv delete, front mount, boost controller, short throw shifter, 6 puck act clutch, stage 2 tune etc. Very clean body…you won’t be disappointed. Possible trade for bobcat or skidsteer. Any questions just ask…thanks for looking.
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