[Marketplace] Cars: 1993 S4 Black/Black 152K mi.

Dave Burig marketbot at audifans.com
Tue Jul 13 17:47:37 EDT 2004

Section:  Cars
Title:    1993 S4 Black/Black 152K mi.
Price:    7,750.00
Location: Columbus, Ohio

Date:     July 13, 2004
Contact:  Dave Burig
Email:    dburig at igsenergy.com
Phone:    614.582.3484


WAUHP84AXPN035302 Clean CARFAX, clear title, 6-speed transmission, RS2 Exhaust Manifold, ECS stage 2 “Big Black” 911 twin turbo front calipers w/ 314 mm Euro A8 rotors, MTM stage 1+ (3 bar pressure transducer), Braided stainless steel brake lines all around, Bilstein Heavy Duty shocks/struts on all 4 corners installed at 135k miles
Ronal 17” R-28 wheels
Samco silicone crossover to intercooler hose (Michelin Man hose), Clear front corner markers Carbon fiber interior trim (Stock), New steering rack at ~70K New brake pressure accumulator (bomb)~70K, New timing belt, tensioner, water pump, serpentine belt at 135K miles, New motor mounts at 135k miles, New transmission mounts at 135k miles, Most coolant hoses and vacuum lines replaced at 135K. Lots of other stuff done along the way.

Spare parts included w/ car:
Stock ECU chipset and pressure transducer, 1 pair of perfect cats, 5-speed transmission, re-built 20K miles ago (see below) Original 5-speed transmission, fully disassembled, Clutch and pressure plate with less than 500 miles on them.
A-Pillar mount boost gauge, with mounting pod and line.

Note: The transmission makes a growling noise
all the time, however, the car comes with a good 5-speed that was re-built 20K miles ago, and a nearly new clutch and pressure plate with about 500 miles on them.  I intended to do the install myself, but just haven’t.  I will also throw in the original 5-speed that came with the car (for a total of 3 transmissions). It is disassembled, and as far as I know only has a bad second gear.  I was planning on putting the good five-speed in, and re-building the six-speed with the parts from the other two. 

I have owned this car for nearly six years and I love it like a mistress, but there’s one too many cars in the garage. Zero rust, but a couple spots in the paint that show the rigors of midwest daily driving and living with kids.


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