Back when Ken Block still worked with Subaru, he built an outrageous WRX STi for the 2009 SEMA Show with a TRAX system. Clearly it inspired some enthusiasts to do the same, albeit three years later.
The 2002 Subaru Impreza WRX you’re feasting your eyes on isn’t the same body style that Block used, but the effect is all the same. American Track Truck, Inc. equipped the WRX with a Dominator Track System so it could perform on the snow, slush, ice, mud, swamp, marsh… you get the point. While Subaru has been synonymous with rally racing over the years, this might just be a tad over the top.
The car is for sale up in Michigan, where it sees plenty of snow and consequently an opportunity to actually use this track system-equipped Subaru. Even though it sports 196,000 miles on the odometer, the eBay listing claims that the engine runs strong and the car is in excellent condition. It looks like they’re looking to net $17,500 for this creation and comes with everything you need to put it back to a normal state… you know, to drive it on the road. But why would you want to do that?
Watch a video of the Impreza with the Dominator Track System after the break.
GALLERY: 2002 Subaru Impreza WRX with Track System
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