Thanks to drivers like Colin McRae, Gran Tourismo, and its legendary battles with the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution in the WRC, the Subaru Impreza STi achieved status as an automotive icon once reserved for pure-bred Italian sportscars. In 1998, Subaru made 400 Impreza STi 22B widebody models, the most sought-after example in the WRX lineup. With a larger 2.2-liter flat-four, adjustable rear wing, and driver-adjustable electronic differential, the 22B was as close as you could get to a rally car for the street. This 1998 22B is #156 of 400 and was recently imported into the US. Just over 25,000 miles are on the odometer, and the car is as flawless an example as you're likely to see. An auction for the car is currently under way on Bring A Trailer.