Over the weekend, I bought this 2000 Subaru Legacy GT-B E-Tune (sorry had to upload to my twitter account as my photobucket account is acting strange). • 4 Speed Automatic (not ideal, but I can live with it) • 85,000km • JDM, right hand drive • I’m the second Canadian owner (bought it from a friend who bought it from an importer in Vancouver) • has new radiator, alternator, MAF sensor, turbo solenoids, timing belt, water pump, fan belts, plugs & wires, tie rods, pads and rotors all around, K&N air filter, exhaust (with a Magniflow tip that I don’t like and will be replacing eventually). Also came with a set of Toyo winter tires that only have one season on them. I don’t really have crazy plans for this car, as I don’t have tons of money to throw at it right now. The plan is to keep it as a Sunday driver for making runs to the ski hill and doing road trips in. Reliability and creature comforts will be the main focus. First priority is to get the stereo working, as it currently has the stock JDM head unit that doesn’t pick up North American radio waves, and the CD player is basically toast (who uses CDs??). The two rear door speakers are also slightly blown. The plan is first to get a new head unit, something I can connect my phone or iPod too, and then work on replacing all of the speakers. Not going for any kind of extreme sound system, just something so I can enjoy tunes on the road. I’ve read that changing the head units on these cars is a real pain, as they’re integrated with the h-vac controls. I need to do some more research, but it sounds like it might involve buying some parts from Japan, and maybe even a wiring harness from a guy on the NASIOC forums who builds and sells them. Edit: turns out the integrated stereo/h-vac unit only applies to 2005 and newer (Gen 4 and newer) Legacies. The current head unit uses an external amp, so when I install a new head unit that has a built in amp, I just need to run new speaker wires, which I probably would have done anyways. Dodged a bit of a bullet with that one By the end of the summer, I want to get a second set of wheels to put the winters on, so I can swap them myself. Eventually I want to get a set of nice summer wheels, no idea what yet...too many choices lol. I also want to get a ski box for the roof (it also came with a roof rack that I’ve taken off for the time being). I’ll probably wrap or paint the box to match the car. Long term, I eventually want to get some adjustable coil overs to lower the car slightly, and do some sort of STi brake swap. For power, as of now I only want to do a full STi exhaust, and an intake, then get the tune adjusted. As of now, that’s all still a few years away.