2005 Subaru 2005 - Subaru Baja - Round Rock (Brushy Creek) - Cars for sale, used cars for sale, Round Rock (Brushy Creek) - 1882164


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2005 Subaru 2005 - Subaru Baja - Cars for sale, used cars for sale

Ref. number: 1882164 Updated: 08-01-2015 13:59

Price: 7 000 USD $

Offering: Cars for sale, used cars for sale in United States, Texas, Round Rock (Brushy Creek)

2005 Suburu Baja Turbo Low Mileage, Rust Free Southern Car Turbocharged, Intercooled, Fuel injected, 2.5 L Double Overhead Cam, 5 speed, All Wheel Drive We bought this car this past spring because my Wife HAD to have it! She has horses, and felt it would be perfect. Problem is, she is in her 50's, and has developed a problem with her leg that makes using the clutch "un-comfortable" so we are selling the car.... We purchased the car from a Body Shop / Rebuilder in Arkansas, who had been driving the car for several months, after he repaired it. The previous owners were retired, and towed the car behind their RV. I was told the car was being towed by the RV and somehow got swiped in a turn, and the front fender, Lower "A Arm", front door skin and rear door skin got damaged. Not bad damage I was told, and a easy fix, but the Title is now branded "Rebuilt" but should be legal in any state. The car has NEVER seen salt. Even this winter, it has been stored inside (thinking my wife may begin driving it again, we parked it in the shop) So the body is near perfect condition with ZERO rust. The car drives like new, (and is FAST) Not being sure of past maintenance, we did a "full Service" on the Car- The miles on the Odometer are 30K, but the Car Fax listed them at 60K, so we were not sure. The radiator hoses were replaced, new coolant, NEW TIMING BELT with new water pump and cam belt tensioner, new serpentine belt, and new spark plugs were done. New oil, and filter. Basically, all maintenance was done, so we "knew were we are" with the car. We have receipts for these items, but the point is, it is ready for many miles of use! The parts that came off were all in very good condition, but my wife wanted to make sure she was not stranded, so everything was done to be safe. We did NOT detail this car to take the pictures (It was Zero degrees outside) so any spots you see are likely dirt (or snow/ice). The only significant flaws in the car are the Front Passenger door panel, and to a lesser amount, the Rear Passenger Door Panel. This was caused by my dog. My dog (he is in some of the pictures) had to have his head out the window, and his claws scratched the vinyl along the top of the door inside panel. We have had Seat covers on the car, front and back, the entire time we have had the car (taken off for the pictures) We drove the car this summer and fall, and put about 6, 000 trouble free miles on it. My wife hauled a few plants in the bed, and some horse feed, so it is a little dirty. It does have the "Blue Ox" tow bar connection set up on the front of the car, and a Class 2 hitch on back. I would not be afraid to let my wife drive the car cross country with no worries, if she wanted Call 815-357-3292. Car is for sale locally at Seneca IL 61360, it will remain for sale until reserve is met, and auction may be canceled. Once Reserve is met, Ebay auction WILL NOT be canceled. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Below is some information about the 2005 Subaru Baja Turbo I got off the internet. I think if you are looking at these, you know these were only built for 3 years, and you how special this car was, and this one has all the bells and whistles! The Baja is a capable performer on rough roads, and its open bed lends it a rugged, outdoorsy, active feel. Turbo is fast and fun. AWD performance is stellar, and the handling is easy and smooth. The Subaru Baja is, generally speaking, a car-based crew-cab pickup truck. Based on the 2000-2004 Subaru Outback, it shares the same 104.3-inch wheelbase, but is 6 inches longer in rear overhang. The Baja has seating accommodations for four full-size adults. But instead of a conventional trunk or the glassed-in storage box of a wagon, the Baja substitutes the cargo box of a pickup truck. Subaru figures that the Baja appeals to those wanting utility without the harsh ride and poor fuel economy that often come with a truck-based vehicle. Should you think that the Baja is just a remake of the El Camino, Subaru has added some features that make the cargo box even more useful. Most importantly, the Baja's cargo bed can be extended by using the "Switchback" feature, similar to the Midgate design found on the Avalanche. The front of the bed along with the rear seat back fold forward into the rear seating area, expanding the usable length of the bed from 41.5 to 60 inches. The Baja is relatively enjoyable to drive thanks to its responsive suspension and steering, acceleration is good with the turbocharged version of that engine, good for 210 hp. The Baja Turbo still isn't a performance car any more than it's suited for serious towing and hauling, b

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