[Marketplace] Cars: 2001 S4 Avant - Nogaro

Aaron marketbot at audifans.com
Sun Feb 8 12:28:18 PST 2009

Section:  Cars
Title:    2001 S4 Avant - Nogaro
Price:    21,500.00
Location: Kingston NY

Date:     December 02, 2008
Contact:  Aaron
Email:    audi4evr at gmail.com


I am buying a house and need some downpayment moneys.  So up for sale is the car I spent years of savings on.  My 01.5 S4 Avant 6 speed with nogaro blue exterior and nogaro blue interior.  Currently mileage is around 80K miles or so.  It is currently not registered as I don't drive any of my nice cars in the winter.  Not this year, not any year.

Mod list with new price tags.

K04 Turbos  ( $ 2200)
Militek Downpipes ( $ 1500)
Militek Exhaust ( 3 inch ) ( $ 1000)
AWE Fueling Kit with flash loader ( race mode) etc injectors, giant MAF etc ( $2100 )
APR Bi-Pipe ( $350 )
AWE side mount Intercoolers with Ducts - ($ 1500 )
Full Samco Red Hose kit ( $250 )
AWE 12 pound Aluminum Flywheel ( $550 )
New RS4 clutch kit ( $600 ) installed at 71K miles.
Replacement Transmission that had  48K miles at 78K miles.
Drivetrain Stabilizer Bar ( AWE )  $ 350
Brembo 14.5 inch Big Brake Kit ( $3300 ) Red Calipers
H-Sport Rear Sway Bar Kit ( $300 )
Vent Mount Driver side Boost Guage Kit  ( $100 )
Bailey Diverter Valves  - $300
A short shifter -  ($100)
H&R Coil Over Suspension Kit  ( $1500 )
SSR GT3 Rims -  ( $1500)
RS4 OEM carbon fibre engine cover set ( $ 850 )
RS4 OEM Hood Grille  ( $150 )
Smoked Tail lights - Not tinted and super hard to find  ( $ 300 )
Rear Wagon Hatch Spoiler  ( $ 200 )
8mm Front wheel spacers and 15 mm rear spacers ( $ 150 )
WIndow tinting at %25 tint ( light not dark)  ( $ 300 )
1.8T wagon Black roof rails ( $???)
Clear corner Mod for headlights ( DIY )
All Blue LED interior lighting including foot wells ( $ 100 )
Black repeater lenses in fenders ( $ 20 )
IPOD Radio controlled interface system - $ 150
There are probably even more mods and upgrades that I have done but I am running a long list and a short memory.  LOL

These parts add up to $ $19,720 before the consideration of labor charges is added into the mix... WOW.
So if I CAN"T get around $ 20K for the car, I will certainly take all the parts off and make bank selling them separately and still sell the car for $14-15K due to the rareity of the color, interior etc.
I had heard there were only 86 nogaro wagons and only 1/4 of that amount had the nogaro seats. 

New timing belt kit ( rollers, pump, thermostat, and belt ) at 71,000 miles.
New front Brembo Pads ( $450 ) cost me...
Two new OEM Bosch ( not generics ) front O2 sensors  ( put in around 79,000)
New valve cover gaskets at 76,000 during trans installation.

The car runs very fast, all engine lights off, full NY inspection as well as no known mecanical problems.
There are some cosmetic issues.  A light ripple in front passenger fender arch, a small dent in the rear driver fender and a small hole in the rear bumper ( I can provide another bumper with the car )
I also have a picture file of most of the work performed to prove what parts I put into the car ( ex clutch, flywheel, turbos etc that you cannot see )

The bad,
The car has a salvage title.  Now that said, a salvage title has no set amount that you can reduce the car.  It is only is reduced to the point that the buyer feels has compensated for what ever the problem
was that caused the title to be branded "salvage".   This car was only stolen.  The thieves ruined the transmission, ruined the driver door breaking in, and apparently stole the front headlights and fogs.  This means those were replaced and therefor are like new now. So that is actually a bonus.  This info can be verified on carfax.com if you run the vin number.  It shows the state police report of the vehicle being reported stolen.  So that is why the car is branded salvage and  NOT for other catastrophic reasons like flood, massive accident, or natural disaster recovery.  That weighs heavy in the normal idea that a salvage car is supposed to be worth less.  In this case you can see the reason and there should be no " giant" reduction in asking price due to the title status.

Basically this is a one of a kind of car and therefor the price reflects that.  If you want a nogaro blue over nogaro interior AVANT they are more than the average silver sedan.
The interior is immaculate with no wear on the alcantara at all.

This car is very nice.  I have to sell it to afford my new house and that is how it goes.


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