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I am looking to sell my 1998 Subaru Outback wagon. It has 120,000 some odd miles on it (can't remember exactly off the top of my head) The car has been maintained well during the time I've had it (about 3 years). In the last 13,000 miles I've done both heads, timing belt, timing belt tensioner, belts, upper lower hoses, both heater hoses, water pump, T stat, wires, plugs, clutch pressure plate throwout bearing and pilot bearing, rear main seal, oil pan gasket, valve cover gaskets, inner cv boot, clutch master cylinder, starter and probably more I've forgotten about.
The only bad thing I can say about it is the tires are getting thin and will probably need to be replaced before winter sets in. Oh yea, and the check engine light is on. It has an "EGR flow low" code. We don't have emissions here, and after all the money I've already put into the car, I didn't worry about fixing it.
The car is getting me about 26mpg as a daily driver. It is green with a gray interior.
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