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gegz
05-08-2015, 09:38 AM
Feeler: 2 Audis 2000 Audi A6 4.2 & 2003 Audi A6 2.7T 6spd (http://www.panjo.com/buy/feeler-2-audis-2000-audi-a6-4-2-2003-audi-a6-2-7t-6spd-197995)

Looking to offload a manual 6 spd 2003 Audi A6 2.7T and an auto 2000 Audi A6 4.2. This is perfect for someone looking to do a 6spd swap on the 4.2. Both cars are running and have valid inspection stickers/registrations. Call or text 617-396-4382. BBS wheels on the 4.2 are not for sale.
The 2003 Audi A6 2.7T has had the following done since i bought in Dec-2013.
- Sept 2014 - Coolant flush.
-June 2014 - Reverse light switch
-Dec 2013 - New clutch and flywheel.
-Dec 2013 - Valve cover gasket and seals.
-No check engine light.
The bad
ABS light is on.
Front driver and passenger side doorblades are rotted.
The 2000 Audi A6 4.2 has had the following done since Jan-2013
-Rear rotors and brakes -Feb 2015
-Valve cover gasket -Oct 2014
-Coolant flush-Sept 2014
-Front rotors (S6 dimpled slotted) and brake pads(Bosch)-Aug 2014
-Front sway bar links -Aug 2014
-Lower control arms -Nov 2013
-Bufkin Metal Oil Cooler Transfer Pipe installed-August 2013
-No check engine light.
The bad:
Auto tranny needs work.
Front bumper needs replacing.
Front driver side fender needs replacing.
ABS light is on.
Cluster is faded.

List Date: 5/8/2015

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v8a6
05-08-2015, 03:40 PM
Large majority of the time you are better off just selling them separately. 99% of people looking to buy a car, want to buy A car. Not a pair of cars.

If you get someone wanting both, then make them a better package price. Price both cars higher individually, and offer a deal if they take both.

GLWS