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08-11-2014, 09:37 PM
2004 Audi Allroad 2.7t (http://www.panjo.com/buy/2004-audi-allroad-2-7t-141611?utm_source=audizine&utm_medium=bbcode&utm_campaign=auto_thread&utm_content=title)

Hey everyone, I'm putting My 2004 Allroad 2.7t Tip up for sale or trade (B5 S4 is probably the only car I would trade for). I picked this car up last september as a low mileage, 1 owner, garage kept gem and i have kept her the same way since that day but after driving a few B5 S4's (from stock to 500+hp monsters since then) the S4 bug has bit hard, and that means the Allroads gotta go.... A little about the car, It is a 2004, just turned over 70k and i just did a complete timing belt/water pump service 2 weeks ago, and the car is sitting on all new Arnott V2 Air struts with a lifetime warranty, The front left strut started to leak slightly last winter and so went ahead and replaced all 4 to be proactive. The cars interior is a 9/10 with only slight button wear (common issue), the seats are in amazing condition as is all of the trim. A/C and heat work perfectly as do all four heated seats. The exterior of the car is an 8/10, and i only say an 8 because of the one fogged headlight (will most likely clear right up with a cleaning kit but it doesn't effect light output at all so It not on the top of my to do list) and some scratching on the front skid plate the paint is perfect and the bumpers and trim are also in great shape. The car sits on a set of 18x8 Euro market Audi wheels that the P/O had sourced from audi shortly after purchasing the car and i have never seen another set of them on any U.S car so it adds a tiny bit of unique-ness to the car. The only other exterior add on is the Euro Audi cross-bars and the tints (all P/O additions). All-in all this is a super clean and still fairly low mileage Allroad that has a lot of life left in it and will be treat its next owner as well as it has treated me. I'm listing it for 14,000 but i can be a little flexible with the price, and as i said earlier i am open to B5 S4 6mt's as a trade but depending on mileage/condition i may need cash on top, but let me know what you have worst case it doesn't work out and you still have your S4 haha. Well thank you for looking and i hope to hear from you soon!

List Date: 8/12/2014
Location: York, PA, United States

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09-09-2014, 07:00 PM
Not sure if you would be interested in a B6 A4. But I have a 2003 A4 Avant 1.8T Quattro 5Spd. 68k miles, maintenance is up to date (can give you the details if you are interested), Borla Exhaust, 3" Unitronic DP and HFC, AWE FMIC, R8 ignition coils, AFE Dry flow filter, Apikol rear diff mount, 034 street density motor mounts and transmission mount, B7A4 front and rear brake upgrades (new rotors and pads), SS Goodridge brake lines. PM if you are interested in a trade. Don't really have cash to through on top. I have 16k into her (receipts and documents to show).