View Full Version : For Sale: 2000 Audi S4 stage II $11,500

01-29-2009, 05:13 PM
The time has come.... It's a 2000 S4, it has 111k miles. brilliant black with silver leather interiors. It has a professional carbon fiber trim and matching gear lever. It has a boost gauge. The clutch was installed at wicked motorsports less than a year ago, the APR stage II chip was installed at streetwerkes, and I'm pretty much a regular at 034 motorsports here in the bay. These are all high reputation shops to prove that this car has been well taken care of. The car gets 18/24mpg.

710n diverter valves, magnaflow exhaust, piggie pipes, Vast-performance stage I clutch, APR Stage II software (selectable through the cruise control stalk between 91 octane and stock), Vast-performance snub mount, kn air filter.

maintenance and repairs:
oxygen sensors, air mass sensor, various pressure hoses, new oil coolant tank, spark plugs, new oil pans, flywheel resurfaced, cv boots, front axles, fuel filter, cabin filter, etc etc... Note: the transmission and engine with turbos were replaced from a car with much less mileage by the previous owner. The transmission is crisp and the engine is flawless. Amongst other things the previous owner did was the timing belt and brakes and tires.

the bad: the reason I'm selling this car is because of two lights that popped up in the cluster. The AIRBAG and the ABS. Although the ABS seems to be working just fine, and the car is completely drivable. Also, the front bumper needs some repair done, it has an aesthetic crack and would benefit of a respray. For these reasons the car is sold as is.

the car is a blast to drive. It has it all; speed, luxury and practicality.

the price is firm...[EDIT: price reduced] $10,999
This is my first car sale and I want to do it right, I hope I'm not forgetting anything. Any questions let me know.

01-29-2009, 05:50 PM
Clean car and a great price! Can you part that AZ license plate holder tho! I'll give you a stock b5 s4 exhaust for it,lol!!!

01-29-2009, 05:53 PM
mmmm delish

01-30-2009, 03:23 PM
sounds like you need to repair the ABS module... not that hard of a fix...

01-30-2009, 04:34 PM
sounds like you need to repair the ABS module... not that hard of a fix...

maybe, It isn't a daily driver car so I haven't really looked into it, I rather just price it low.

01-31-2009, 06:29 PM
you can get your ABS module repaired for like $50, a guy on here does it...

02-04-2009, 10:20 PM
price reduced to $10,999 !!!

...does anybody know how to edit thread title?

02-06-2009, 10:45 AM
What are you planning on getting next ?

02-06-2009, 01:05 PM
What are you planning on getting next ?

haven't really thought about it... Although it will probably have to be German.