[A4] dead 2001 A4 1.8Tq

Tyson Varosyan tyson at up-times.com
Tue Apr 1 11:31:39 PDT 2008

My experience with eBay (and I was one of the first 10,000 members) is
that their car listing fees became too high to be practical and I have
had great luck with the free Craigslist. But that is not to say that a
car cant be sold via eBay - you will certainly have more exposure from
people all over the country there. Calling shops that specialize on Audi
repair may be a good plan also, if you can find them.

Tyson Varosyan
Technical Director, Uptime Technical Solutions LLC.
tyson at up-times.com
206-715-TECH (8324)

-----Original Message-----
From: Rocky Mullin [mailto:caliban at sharon.net] 
Sent: Tuesday, April 01, 2008 11:26 AM
To: Tyson Varosyan
Cc: a4 at audifans.com
Subject: Re: [A4] dead 2001 A4 1.8Tq

On Apr 1, 2008, at 11:10 AM, Tyson Varosyan wrote:
> As for what to do with your car... You can try parting it out, but you
> don't sound like the type of guy that would do that. You can donate  
> the
> car someplace like a school where students can screw with it. But I
> think best thing to do money-wise would be to post it up on your local
> Craig's List website (www.craigslist.com). Start at $4k and go down in
> $500 increments every week. Either someone with a wrecked A4 will buy
> yours for parts (or a junker to part out) or more than likely, someone
> with the motor and skills to do it will buy and rebuild it...

word is that ebay brings the best prices for cars.

also call all the audi shops and see if they want it.

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