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Old January 16th, 2011, 11:33 PM
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2005 Audi A4 1.8T Avant Quattro - Washington DC

2005 Audi A4 1.8T Avant Quattro Special Edition
55,000 miles

I am the 2nd owner of this fantastic Audi wagon (wife's car). It has the sport package and all-wheel-drive. It was a special edition which included nearly every option and a unique blacked-out color scheme. It has super low miles and looks/feels/drives like a new car. Garage kept. Comes with full service records.
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-- Black exterior, black interior, piano black trim inside, black trim around the windows and outside
-- All wheel drive
-- Sport package
-- Automatic transmission
-- Leather interior
-- Sunroof
-- Premium 17" Avus wheels
-- Cargo cover + cargo mat
-- Heater seats + heater mirrors
-- Pass through ski bag in rear armrest
-- Special black roof rack rails
-- Upgraded HID headlights
-- Premium stereo with in-dash CD changer
-- Sport 3-spoke steering wheel
-- New rubber Audi floormats
-- 7 airbags
-- Alarm system
-- ABS brakes
-- Good fuel economy, 29 mpg
-- Dual zone climate control
-- Power windows
-- Power door locks
-- Power steering
-- Cruise control
-- Air conditioning
-- All 3 original keys

Price: $17,750
Located in Washington DC
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Old January 17th, 2011, 12:08 AM
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So weird. I had a black on black on black A4 (same black wood trim as yours, too!) until I moved into NYC. What a great car; the quattro is amazing. Mine was a manual, though. Brings back [quiet] memories of driving. Good luck! My Gf says I'm obsessed with black cars; glad to see it's contagious.
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Old January 17th, 2011, 11:25 AM
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Joshua, it's a funny thing about black cars. Every car I've purchased besides my Defender and a my Shelby GT500 have been black. I just purchased a Ford Raptor and every one in my family knew the color before I told them. I looked for quite a while for a Black 97 Defender before I finally gave in on the white.
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Old January 17th, 2011, 01:57 PM
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I have owned three black cars and everytime I swore it would be the last time. They only looked good the day I got them. Never could get them that clean again or shiny on my own.
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Old January 17th, 2011, 02:53 PM
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Right on Josh.
With the exception of the RRC, pretty much every car I've owned in the last 10 years has been all black...

Chad, what size tires/lift do you have on that 90 in your profile picture?
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Old January 18th, 2011, 09:29 PM
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I have 33/12.50 Goodyears on the Defender. I'm not sure of the lift. I purchased the Defender already set up. It was done in Utah and the previous owner spent quite a bit on all the upgrades. I have all the receipts. Rockware bumper with winch and rock sliders as well as the mods done to lift it. It drives very well considering the lift. I have it in a local private land rover shop getting steel oil cooler lines installed otherwise I would go look and shoot some pictures for you.
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Old January 18th, 2011, 10:03 PM
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I still find it funny we went from basically the same car to the same truck. We must have really good taste.
Here was mine...and mine now. Basically zero maintenance was needed on the A4. Always said if I need something smaller as a second car I'm getting another A4.
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Old January 21st, 2011, 06:22 PM
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I have 33/12.50/15s too but your set up looks taller for some reason. I have a 2" OME spring lift too. Maybe its my running boards that make mine look shorter? I've been meaning to pull those off...



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I have 33/12.50 Goodyears on the Defender. I'm not sure of the lift. I purchased the Defender already set up. It was done in Utah and the previous owner spent quite a bit on all the upgrades. I have all the receipts. Rockware bumper with winch and rock sliders as well as the mods done to lift it. It drives very well considering the lift. I have it in a local private land rover shop getting steel oil cooler lines installed otherwise I would go look and shoot some pictures for you.

Josh, that's crazy - looks just like my cars. Nuts.

Now someone buy this A4!
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