Bear with the analogy for a moment. The Thunderbird was never a particularly fast sports car – it thrived basically as a stylish, sorta rapid personal luxury car. The SVX served a similar ceremonial “halo” position in Subaru showrooms, at least until rally-replica Imprezas came Stateside.
This 1992 Subaru SVX looks good from ten feet, but has some paint flaws that may require more than just buffing. That deep green looks stunning, though the dark grey leather interior looks a bit dour.
At $4950 or offer, it looks quite the bargain. Check out eBay in Scottsdale, Arizona.