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Is my Subaru Impreza a potential classic?

I have a 2003 one mature-owner Subaru Impreza WRX 5-door wagon. Completely unmolested and never driven hard. Serviced by the main dealer, including cambelts, etc. Recently waxed underbody, battery, tyres and long MOT. It's only done 58,000 miles with full service history including all receipts. Is it a potential classic or is there a Scooby club which may have a potential buyer? It must be the best example of its year.

Asked on 11 January 2017 by pianoman1066

Answered by Keith Moody
These are certainly becoming classic now. Obviously the big money follows the lairy models such as the P1, but there's a lot of love for Imprezas in general - especially unmolested ones such as this. Get in touch with the UK Subaru Owners Club (uk.subaruownersclub.com/forums/forum/6-subaru-impr.../) and go from there.
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