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hello all,

i am interested in selling a Subaru WRX Impreza STI, 2004, white.

my fiance and i broke up and i am left with the car. it is in pieces, he was planning to put it together. we had it 2 months when the engine blew up. the insurance paid out $8,000 and he bought all the parts to rebuild it.

whats the best idea: sell it as is (in pieces, nondrivable) or pay someone to put it together? i want to make at least $8,200 (to pay off the loan).

thanks
 

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First of all, I'm sorry to hear that you have been left with quite a difficult situation to handle. However, it is hard to give any actionable suggestions without some details...

Who knows? Depending on what you have, a third option might be to sell the parts individually...

The first thing would be to make a list of all the parts that would be included in the "sell it as is" situation. Pictures of the parts (and the chassis) would help your cause as well. I realize this might be a daunting task, but it really is the first step towards closure with respect to the car in your possession.

Without those (at least), any recommendation is only a "best guess".


We like helping here, so please continue to share information with us! If you were able to tell us what major city is relatively near where you live, that would help too. (I tried to make that sound as least creepy as possible.)
 

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Hey Joe Allen here I'm serious about buying the Subaru you have in parts where are you located my # is 9802694516.
hello all,

i am interested in selling a Subaru WRX Impreza STI, 2004, white.

my fiance and i broke up and i am left with the car. it is in pieces, he was planning to put it together. we had it 2 months when the engine blew up. the insurance paid out $8,000 and he bought all the parts to rebuild it.

whats the best idea: sell it as is (in pieces, nondrivable) or pay someone to put it together? i want to make at least $8,200 (to pay off the loan).

thanks
 
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