Hey there! New member here. I own two Subaru’s and love them.

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    LittleHurcules2000

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    I’d love some feedback on selling my 2000 Legacy GT- EAFD4AC7-22DA-4E1A-BE07-8A92240B0F46.jpeg 385442D1-9EF5-4A31-9DAE-BB684C507F61.jpeg 91851EB9-46CD-43AC-BCC4-8BDE590DDAC1.jpeg 1C571339-D6C3-4EC7-807F-3FBD1DB78900.jpeg DDB480A3-C080-46AC-B51F-EDDF0045DD7C.jpeg 219,000 original mls. Rebuilt engine and new transmission in 2014. New water pump, oil pump and timing belt this year. It’s a clean, straight car. I’d like to get around $4,000 for it...what do you think? may be high but I’ve put a lot of $ into her and she’s a road champion.
     
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    Ozark_SyntheticsLLC

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    Littlehurcules2000 - Welcome to the forum! Subaru's hold their value, depending on where you are located has a large impact on the resale value of vehicles I have found. Good luck with the sale of the Legacy GT.
     
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