I have a 2005 reconstructed Subaru Baja Sport. Damage on Passenger side, both doors, center post, rocker area with floorboard shoved over.. What I expect to get out of that seeling it on the open market, 155000 miles other than damaged area car is in excellent condition.

Asked by Feb 18, 2016 at 12:35 AM about the 2005 Subaru Baja Sport

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Car is a reconstructed vehicle.  Heavy daamge on passenger side, doors bad
and not operable, center post, roker area and floorboard shoved over.  
Drivable and otherwise in excellent condition.

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241,355

Worth about $6k without the salvage title and damage. With all that damage, it's not worth fixing it with a reconstructed title already, wasn't the car totaled by the insurance company? I'd part it out for the good parts and scrap the rest.

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Agree with Tom. Probably not worth much more than parts and scrap.

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4,550

I agree. The motor/tranny and wheels are separately worth more than the whole car!

I'm looking for a rear subframe assembly from a wreck. If yours is not corroded I'd be interested.

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