Hi there - soob newb here. New on the forum as well - Nice to meet you all! I am currently driving a Corolla AllTrac Wagon - that is for sale to fund my next project (an 80's Subaru wagon). And this will be my first Subaru. I am currently looking for one - and boy are they hard to come by that aren't rusted to smithereens here in the salt belt. I found one not too far from here - 88 GL-10 with EA82T. 110k miles w/ 5 speed - blown head gaskets per usual. Car was driven by an elderly couple - interior 9/10. Factory roof rack. On factory steel 13s with good tires. Runs as it sits. Body is in pretty good shape - less rust than most in these parts. Rear wheel wells are the most of it. Some rust underneath, nothing that can't be worked with. Rockers are solid - car honestly looks fairly clean for the year (living most of it's life in the midwest) The guy is asking $1000 for it, which seems a bit high to me, but with my minimal knowledge about these cars, i figured i would go to the master resource. Another thing that concerns me is the turbo motor. Historically, are there any added issues to having the EA82T vs the non turbo EA82? Any reason why i should pass and wait for a non turbo? What are the +/- of having the turbo EA82? I am going to check it out in person this weekend (pics and info from current owner) - anything i should look for in particular? What would you guys pay for such a rig? Any input would help - i am stoked to have potentially found a 88 GL wagon in pretty damn good shape. Let me know what you think! Thanks!
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Edited by nkmilesAE95, 27 November 2013 - 09:01 AM.