[Marketplace] Cars: Trade for 93-7 Audi Cabriolet
marketbot at audifans.com
Wed Jun 11 11:52:10 PDT 2008
Title: Trade for 93-7 Audi Cabriolet
Location: SF Bay Area, California
Date: December 06, 2007
Email: audi at techie.com
Hello all, with summer rapidly approaching I figured I would see if anyone with a 93-97 Audi Cabriolet would be willing to trade. I have a 1991 Audi 90 20v Quattro sedan, recent work includes 034 motorsport dyno tune & chip, 034 motorsport injectors, bag-o-snake headers, H4/H1 1 piece euro headlights, 80k miles on the clock with a LOT of recent work done (mostly by 034 motorsport, with receipts to back it all up). Only problems that need to be addressed would be the A/C needs a recharge, it has no stereo, front brakes can be squeeky when warm but has new pads, and minor dings / scratches.
Literally everything else has been addressed (fuel pump & filter, knock sensor x2, plugs, wires, cap, rotor, o2 sensor, new exhaust system etc etc). Averages 26mpg on the highway.
The car is lago blue with gray leather interior. Though performance parts added, the car has been driven respectfully and adult owned it's entire life. I originally purchased the 20v with 63K on the clock roughly a year ago and all work mentioned was done between then and now.
Your cabriolet should: Be reliable, have service records, no rips in the top, no big dents or body work, no filthy interior, and no under car rust from years of salted roads. If your questioning its reliability lets just say I would gladly drive my 20v from california to NY and back, and would hope you have the same faith in your cabrio.
Why the trade? Getting married and the female cant drive stick & need something I dont feel bad putting miles on (less then 1000 sedans imported, and this with under 100k miles is almost unheard of).
I am not a motivated seller, this is the 8th audi I have owned and I really enjoy my 20v, so please dont low ball me or try to offer something you know isnt worth it.
Pics available upon request, please email with what you have. Willing to travel a bit for the trade.
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