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Thread: FS: 2003 Audi RS6 Misano Red/Ebony black, unmodified, 905678

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    FS: 2003 Audi RS6 Misano Red/Ebony black, unmodified, 905678

    2003 Audi RS6
    Misano Red exterior/Ebony Black interior with wood trim
    Original sticker price: $85,960
    Asking: $20,500 or best offer
    VIN: WUAPV54B03N905678
    Current mileage 83,500 (still going up)

    Beautiful condition, rare color (1 of 45 imported in Misano Red). Clean Carfax, no accidents. Just looking to get into something newer (C7 S6?)

    Appearance: very little exterior wear; clear bra installed over the nose, fenders, door edges. No dents, no rust, no rock chips.
    Interior leather is soft and has expected wear but no stretching, tears or cracks. Includes carpet and rubber floor mats.

    Mechanically: completely stock, aside from RNS-E retrofit (screen with navigation) . 7 years as a west-coast car, another 7 as an east-coast car. Full service history with binder of receipts, compiled into spreadsheet https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing.
    DRC suspension replaced under recall at 29k, and still solid.
    Car was built very late in 2003, one of the last 100 or so built out of 1200 imported to the US. No transmission issues.

    Included options:
    - Sound enhancing exhaust (Black tips)
    - Bose stereo with CD player
    - heated front and rear seats
    - navigation
    - power sunroof
    - Rear side airbags
    - folding rear seats with ski pass-through
    - Rear sunshades
    - Original manuals and all 4 original keys (2 fobs, valet key and wallet key)

    Recent maintenance:
    - Replaced front upper control arms, inner/outer tie rods, swaybar end-links (and alignment) @80k miles
    - New Pilot Super Sport tires @80k miles
    - New Blizzak winter tires @81k miles
    - Major service (replaced water pump, timing belt, thermostat, tensioners, spark plugs, coolant, etc) 76k miles
    - All 4 rotors and pads replaced @50k miles
    - 2 sets of wheels (OEM 18" with winter tires, Hartmann euro RS6 replica 19" with summer tires)
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    bump: DRC just gave up, installing KW V3 next week

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    Okay as a self affirmed car cleaning not job as in I travel with my Griots travel kit. When I change my oil I spend more time cleaning the bottom of my car then actually changing the oil. Basically you can eat off any surface of my RS6. That being said compass error if you want 20 k for a car in a world that perfect specimens have a hard time getting that price you need to clean that car. As a long time used car buyer that interior alone would send me right past your car. At least for me if I see an interior like that I assume the inside of the engine looks the same. Spend a day with the wash bucket and a box of Q Tips and detail that thing to within an inch of its life and I’m quite certain you’ll get more interest. iMHO. Good luck with your sale.

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    Thanks and don't worry I absolutely agree, I've just been waiting for some nice weather.
    Quote Originally Posted by DKP View Post
    Okay as a self affirmed car cleaning not job as in I travel with my Griots travel kit. When I change my oil I spend more time cleaning the bottom of my car then actually changing the oil. Basically you can eat off any surface of my RS6. That being said compass error if you want 20 k for a car in a world that perfect specimens have a hard time getting that price you need to clean that car. As a long time used car buyer that interior alone would send me right past your car. At least for me if I see an interior like that I assume the inside of the engine looks the same. Spend a day with the wash bucket and a box of Q Tips and detail that thing to within an inch of its life and I’m quite certain you’ll get more interest. iMHO. Good luck with your sale.

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    This car is no longer "unmodified", the DRC started leaking a few weeks ago and I replaced it with KW V3. Handling is still super-smooth and made the car feel not-as-heavy with improved steering response.

    Currently listed for sale on https://bringatrailer.com/listing/2003-audi-rs6-28/
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    Man that thing is beautiful. You should sell no problem.
    -Mike-
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