We're moving to Alaska, and the Sciroccos must go.
2.0 16V approximately 95,000 miles
Regular FF transmission with 90mm half-shafts.
Techtonics short shift kit
16V Scirocco exhaust manifold, Techtonics cat and down-pipe
2.25" Techtonics exhaust with SuperSprint group N muffler
280mm (11") front brakes with Zimmerman cross drilled rotors
Audi 5000 turbo calipers with Ferodo pads
DOT stainless steel lines
92 GLI 16V rear brakes
16V brake servo and master cylinder
Neuspeed sway bars (22/28)
Neuspeed lower stress bar
Bilstein Sport spings
Bonrath spring perches
OE strut bearings
poly rear upper strut bearings
16x7 BBS RX wheels on Yokohama 205/40ZR16 A520 tires
92 GLI front seats
Oil pressure, clock, voltmeter, oil temperature (not functioning)
Leather shift boot
Momo Race Air leather knob
Leather hand brake boot
billet hand brake lever
H1/H4 lights fully relayed.
I've owned this car for 10 years, and it has been very reliable. The ride is really rough for the roads around here, but the handling makes up for it.
Paint is original. A lot of dings and dents throughout, but aside from a small rust spot on the rear hatch (see photo), it is a rust free car. One body issue is that the right rear was dented slightly (a couple of mm?) which results in water getting into the wheel well behind the rear tire. I sponge it out every time I was the car and don't drive it in the rain, but it should be attended to if you are not into doing that.
Dash is cracked, but I have a good one that I will be selling (parts list coming).
The engine does not put out as much power as I would expect it to. I would estimate that it is only making about 105 HP. It could be simple (or not), but I've never put the time into tracking it down. I bought the car like this and have not had it get better or worse.
Side window rubber and wipers are weathered.
Asking $3300. Must sell by the end of August.
This is where the car was dented, causing a water leak through the taillight to body gasket.
The only rust spot that I can find on the car:
Paint is weathered and checked:
More images of the dents and dings