Here at Autotrader Find, I’ve brought you some cool cars, some awesome cars and some exciting cars, and once I also brought you a 1984 Mercury Cougar with only 102 miles on the odometer. So there have been highs and lows.
Today’s Autotrader Find is probably closer to a low than a high. It’s a 1995 Subaru Legacy station wagon, and it’s a lot like every other 1995 Subaru Legacy station wagon, with two major exceptions. First, it’s right-hand-drive. And second, it’s done 315,000 miles. See the 1995 Subaru Legacy models for sale near you
The right-hand-drive thing isn’t a mistake, and it’s not some ultra-rare, imported Legacy that was used as a prop during the "Fast and Furious" movies. In fact, this Legacy’s story is, in terms of excitement, pretty much the exact opposite: For many years, Subaru used to sell right-hand-drive versions of the Legacy here in America as postal vehicles, and this is one of them. That explains the little orange flashing light on the roof.
It also explains the mileage. And it helps us to understand the interior condition, which could charitably be described as "dusty." More accurately, you could say that there are parts of the Sahara Desert which currently have less sand than the dashboard of this Subaru Legacy.
But despite the fact that this is a base-level Legacy, with a boring automatic transmission, that did boring mail service for 21 years, you have to admit that there’s something kind of cool about buying a factory right-hand-drive vehicle. And there’s something especially cool about the fact that it’s so cheap: You can buy it today, from a private seller in rural Alexandria, Minnesota, for just $2,450. Find a 1995 Subaru Legacy for sale