[Marketplace] Cars: FS: 1995.5 Audi S6

Mike Fitton marketbot at audifans.com
Sun May 10 20:25:31 PDT 2009

Section:  Cars
Title:    FS: 1995.5 Audi S6
Price:    11,000.00
Location: Christiansburg, VA

Date:     December 05, 2008
Contact:  Mike Fitton
Email:    rfitton at vt.edu


The quick and dirty:
246k and change
Chip/VMAP/FMIC/3" Exhaust ~300bhp
Big Black Calipers/323x30 rotors/RS2 Brackets/Ferodo DS2500 Pads/SS Lines
Aluminum subframe mounts front and rear
Eibachs/Bilstein Sports Front/Boge Rear
17x8 Wheels, 245/40-17 Tires
Upgraded engine/transmission mounts
All metal shifter
Most wearing and tuneup items recently replaced, including all fluids and filters
Significant upgrades to onboard electronics and wiring (including x86-64-based PC running Windows XP64 with touchscreen interface)
Euro headlights with independently relayed HID low beams
S6Plus Taillights
Significant interior upgrades and revisions

Original 16x7.5 Avus wheels with mounted snows; two of the tires are in reasonable condition, two are basically shot
Original ball-seat lugs for said wheels
Uninstalled prop shaft center bearing
Handful of new rear suspension bushings and associated hardware
Several extra oil filters that I have on hand
Uninstalled Servotronic relay

The long-winded:
I bought the car in June of 2006 with around 212k miles.  Since that time, every major system on the car has been upgraded or repaired in some fashion.  The car is extremely well sorted and drives accordingly.  The interior and exterior have only minimal flaws that don't come close to implying the car's age and mileage.

I pulled out the factory audio system in its entirety, the analog phone system in its entirely, and all associated wiring.  In their place I installed an x86 64-bit PC, a 4-channel amplifier capable of 2-ohm channels, a 600w pure sine wave inverter, and a full array of Infinity speakers.  The inverter does not power the PC...it's there strictly for unforeseen needs.  Some parts of the PC installation required significant revision to the dash, specifically the installation of its primary interface, an 8" touchscreen.

Almost three years of lavishing such care, attention, and upgrades have obviously left me with a great deal to say.  In the interests of space, I won't go into extraordinary detail here.  I've prepared a (rather long) PDF for interested buyers who wish to dig through those details.

Asking $11,000 and will consider serious offers.


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