It’s rare for me to write about a car after the completion of an auction but in this instance, I couldn’t control myself. Is this a great-looking car or what? Have you ever wondered about Special Subaru Impreza WRX 22B STI Prices at all? Well if you have and wanted to know you need to wonder any longer.
I remember these cars back around the late 90s when they arrived on the scene and man did they cause quite the stir. This particular model was made in numbers at less than 200 from memory but I doubt there was a heck of a difference between this and the model below.
A car like this was going to set the new owner back about 50K back then and that was a substantial amount of coin for a Japanese car. If you feel like you need to own one of these great WRX 22B today you will need to pay around $175,000 as that is the price this car sold for and it is used.
65018 USS Tokyo (again) Subaru Impreza 22B-STi version, blue, One owner, STi muffler, Bilstein shock absorber, ZERO sports inner air duct, aftermarket air scoop, serial 133/400, titanium(?) shift knob, slit rooter, headlights, all original parts come with the car ( muffler + original Bilstein+ air duct + air scoop) are in the car, Service records H13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 R1, drivers seat worn, alloy scratches, ceiling fabric dirty, fender arch dent
Auction Grade 4
For a car of this value, I am somewhat dismayed to see that it only scored an auction grade 4. Shit man if I was shelling out $170,000 bucks on a JDM Subaru I would want a grade 5. This car has driven 91,000 Klm by the previous owner who is currently in wonderland with his newfound wealth after selling the car 20 years later with a $50K investment.
Not only has he or she used this car well they managed to inflict some damage around the body and also had the bonnet replaced. It’s not a terrible report but if it was this scratched up on a Ferrari there would be no sale unless it was dirt cheap.
Interior Grade B
In a nutshell, the interior is clean and nicely done with a few aftermarket gauges which look the part in their respective allocated locations. It’s traveled 91,000Klm so its understandably got some wear here and there. Clean interior overall.
Reasons To Buy One
Reasons to buy one?. I can’t think of a single one personally! But hey if you want one I will gladly buy it for you. Obviously, you need to know your product or have some underlying desire to pay a bucket full of money on this high klm used car. As I sit here typing my brain just fizzles out and comes up with a huge blank. Would I want this at $175,000 or say a Ferrari 458 Italia? I think the idiot award goes to myself for possibly not understanding the significance of this great Subaru
Don’t hesitate to get one now if you’re in the market. Contact me today.