Subaru Impreza WRX STI has always been an iconic model for all rally enthusiasts. Now that the brand seems to have left a bit aside this facet, this generation Impreza is valued in the second-hand. But nothing to the height of the unit that I bring, that claims to be nothing less than a WRC that has been conducted by pilots from the likes of Solberg and McRae.
Everything points to that this is the model that competed in the World Rally championship in the year 2007, with the credentials S12B FT56SRT. As we were saying this particular unit, with Petter Solberg at the wheel, he managed to rise up with second place in the Rally of Portugal, with a third place in the Rally of Acropolis and with a fourth place in the Rally of Wales in the 2007 season.
But his track record historical it does not stop there. The deceased pilot Colin McRae was in charge of driving at the Festival of Goodwood 2017. This would be his last appearance in public, just before the tragic helicopter crash that ended his life. If your story doesn’t convince you, her current owner says that it is located in a “conditions of exposure”. Although it does not retain its color war competition, still with the Rally Gold Passport granted by the FIA.
has been completely restored and is an example of this is its engine boxer 2.0-liter and 300 HP (the maximum permitted by the FIA WRC regulations) that has travelled only 350 miles since its reconstruction. It has its steering wheel located on the right and the current owner has been in charge of their conditions are optimal replacing other components such as the clutch or the brakes.
This Subaru Impreza WRX STI WRC with such a history and state of conservation you can expect that its value is quite high. In particular there will be to shell out to seize the the amount of 159.500 lbs, which means a 205.500 euros at the exchange. A price to the height of a few pockets, for a historical vehicle.
Source – RallySales via Carscoops
Subaru Impreza WRX STI
From 44.289 euro
the item for sale the Subaru Impreza WRX STI that was driven by Solberg and McRae has been originally published in Current Motor.