Reborn Subaru Impreza costs a small fortune to buy

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A road-going restomod which pays tribute to the legendary 1990s Subaru Impreza rally car comes with an eye-watering price tag to match. Buyers will need to fork out £520,000 ($635,000) for the Prodrive P25 and supply a donor car too. Half the production of just 25 examples has already been sold, said Prodrive, based in the central English town of Banbury. The Subaru has become a true modern classic, achieving cult status as the ultimate turbocharged four-wheel-drive car when first released as the two-door, street legal Impreza 22B. Complete with distinctive bonnet air scoop and rear spoiler, t…

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