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willoh 2004 Subaru ImprezaWRX STi Sedan 4D Specs, Photos, Modification Info at CarDomain

Check out willoh 2004 Subaru ImprezaWRX STi Sedan 4D in North East!, for ride specification, modification info and photos and follow willoh's 2004 Subaru Impreza WRX STi Sedan 4D for updates at CarDomain.

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50 Narrow Lot Houses That Transform A Skinny Exterior Into Something Special

A tiny plot can seem restrictive but if you can't build outward then build up like these amazing tall skinny house designs. These narrow facade house ideas use vertical planting, beautiful home screening, window shutters and exterior cladding that are sure to inspire.

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Subaru Impreza WRX STi: Photo

This blog is all about the Subaru WRX STi (and the WRX). All photographs were located on the internet through exhaustive research methods. If you are the proprietor of any content on this blog and would like it removed, please contact me. I claim no rights to any of the pictures or videos posted on my blog unless otherwise stipulated. I used to own a 2004 rally blue STi heavily modded but I sold that for a black 2009 STi Hatchback. Pics of both my STi's can be found through the archive…

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These geniuses fixed their faulty items instead of throwing them away

If something breaks, you don't automatically have to throw it away. These geniuses have found unique ways to fix their broken items - with an added twist - and the results are ingenious.