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    Veteran Member Four Rings JPJ2007's Avatar
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    The big 250k! A testimant to Audi engineering

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    Went on Vacation last week with my wife and kids.

    Drove the Audi, and on the way down during the 7hr drive I rolled over 250k!

    Original timing equipment! Chains and Guides are all original and now have over 250,000 Miles! Thats 402,336 KM!

    Car still looking good and still going! Being back from vaca its now over 251k miles!

    The Window sticker is framed in my office... lol

    I was honest with myself, this many miles anything can happen so I brought a tool box, a set of torx and oil/water. lol...

    That trunk... Fitting 10lbs of shit in a 5lb bag, it all fits!

    Car has plenty of small problems and a check engine light... But still runs and drives and looks half decent.
    2006 A6 3.2L Quattro S-Line (got my baby back)

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    Veteran Member Four Rings Kevin1's Avatar
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    I hope you didnít jinx yourself by starting this thread. . Do you know why the CEL is on?
    1 of 1 in the United States - 2015 A6 TDI Prestige with 19" Sports Package and Season Dedicated Tires - Oolong Gray Metalic, Nougat Brown Interior, Dark Brown Walnut Inlays, Black Headliner, Driver Assistance Package, Cold Weather Package, Night Vision Assistant with Pedestrian Detection. Summer - Michelin Pilot Super Sport. Winter - Yokohama Bluearth Winter V905. Eurocode Sway Bars and Links. XPEL Ultimate.

    RIP - 2005 A6 4.2 - (February 2005 - August 2014) (142,000 miles)

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    Veteran Member Four Rings JPJ2007's Avatar
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    Haha I hope not. Yea vacuum pressure issue I'm tracking down.
    2006 A6 3.2L Quattro S-Line (got my baby back)

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    Senior Member Three Rings
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    congrats on the milemark! And man that beach looks beautiful. I havent seen the ocean since I moved to OKC last year lol Definitely on my to-do list when I go visit my folks in Miami next year. Back to reality for you huh? Whats the word on the headlights?
    07 A6 3.2- Out & In- Morimoto 5500k & Nokya 2500k, DeAutoLED Reverse, LP, & Footwells, Ziza Full Interior, 10" lo-pro Pioneer, Audi Aluminum Pedals
    Drivetrain & Suspension- Stoptech X-Drilled & Sport Pads, ST X-Coilovers, Hacked Airbox with aFe, Resonator Delete

    "What is best in life? -Kill your enemies. See them driven before you. And hear the lamentation of their women" Conan the Barbarian

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    Veteran Member Four Rings SinCityA6's Avatar
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    '07 Mustang GT Tungsten Grey/Black
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    '09 C6.5 A6
    M: 3.0t, GIAC/AWE Stg II+, Roc*Euro Intake
    I: Soul Black, CF Trim, LEDs, Paddles, C7 Shifter, Escort 9500i, Blackvue Dashcam
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    S: H&R Springs/Sways, Koni FSDs, Adams Rotors, Akebono Pads, SS Brake Lines, Paint Matched Calipers, Niche Misano M116 Wheels

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    Active Member Two Rings
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    Very cool. Great looking color too! I got mine for a good looking fun daily driving to keep miles off my other car. Hope I have that kinda luck since dumping 3k taking care of all the maintence items on mine to hopefully get many trouble free years out of it in the future.

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    Established Member Two Rings
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    This post has given me new hope. I have read LOTS of doom and gloom about this car (I have an 06 A6 3.2), especially when it gets to around 130K miles. I currently have 115k and I put around 1K per month on it.

    As a result, I drive my car everyday waiting for something catastrophic to happen. I feel like I can't even enjoy the car because I am just waiting for it to go belly up. I'm also reluctant to invest money into the car to make it better because I'm afraid that it will be a waste of money because the car is gonna die soon. When I say die, I'm referring to something failing that will cost several thousand dollars to fix; which I'm not gonna spend.

    Yes, I do realize that there is PM that I need to do to hopefully prevent some of those things from happening.

    Your post helps to change my mindset on things now. Thanks.

    You car looks awesome too.

    Take care.
    Last edited by akingzkid; 09-18-2018 at 07:20 AM. Reason: Added mileage


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