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2004 Audi S4

fuel: gas
odometer: 119972
title status: clean
transmission: manual

Hi everyone!

Up for sale is my 2004 Audi S4 Avant. It's has a 6 speed manual transmission powered by a naturally aspirated V-8. It is Dolphin Gray colored exterior with all black interior. I've owned the car since 2016 and has been a dream to drive and own. But all good things must come to an end so it's time to move on.

Maintenance

Full timing chain job done by JHM (the leader of this platform)
Bunch of new gaskets(no leaks! Woo!!)
New AC compressor
New coolant tank
New MAF sensor
New adjuster sensors
CV boots
Fuel filter
New battery
Headliner was replaced


Mods

JHM tune
JHM Intake spacers
Downpipe
Fast Intentions Exhuast
D2 Coilovers
South Bend street clutch
Adjustable struts
H & R Sway bars
Rotiforms CCV( have the stock wheels)
Pioneer AVIC 4200 NEX (Apple CarPlay! Or Android Auto! I have the stock system)
HID fog lights
Front lip
Roof and trunk upper quarter panel is painted black(from last owner)

The car mechanically awesome! The dreaded timing chains bit me, but with their full kit and their expertise, they've replace all timing components and while the engine was out, we also made sure all leaks were fixed. Also added an intake spacer. Much of the suspension parts are new.

Exterior wise, I tried my best to keep it from SF parking but there are some bumper paint chips and a few door dings. Paint is still pretty good condition for a 15 year old car. The last owner did paint the roof and trunk quarter panel black-- I wanted to paint match it back to Dolphin Grey but engine parts took most of my budget so I never got around to it.

Interior wise is also pretty good condition. Driver seat has a small patch missing -- also never got around to this. Glove compartment hinges were fixed and reinforced. The boot cover hooks cracked and broke off so I threw some epoxy to put it back together. However it kept breaking so I used a whole bunch of epoxy to get it to stay(pictured, not pretty but it got the job done). Also never got around to getting a new trim piece to replace.

I have all the paperwork form the maintenance.

Please let me know if you have any questions at all as I'm sure I'm missing a few details.

Thanks!




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