I have a 2000 Audi A6 for sale. The car has 235,xxx on the body, and a little over 100,000 on the motor. The reason for for the new motor is timing was done incorrectly by a shop the previous owner took the car to, and as a result they had to replace the motor with a brand new one. I worked as a tech a European Car dealer in MA, and ended up moving back to CT, but me and my old boss still have a good relationship. A good customer whom I'm also friends with traded this A6 in for a 2.7T allroad, and shortly after I bought it from my old boss as a second car that I would be able to get around with in the winter, but after rebuilding the motor on my BMW I could use the cash much more. The only thing the car needed was a MAF, and I replaced it as soon as I picked the car up. Timing or any major service isn't due, and I'll be getting all the records from the previous owner this week. The car is bone stock with the exception a Zender rear spoiler.
To disclose everything, I'm the third owner, and the second owner was in a accident shortly after buying the car in 2002 with 33,000 miles. As a result the car has a rebuilt title, but don't let that worry you everything was repaired correctly and the car truly is a beast and the turbos spool so nicely had this been a different chapter in my life I'd definitely be keeping it. Overall the car is good condition, typical rock chips on the front bumper and hood. If you have any questions feel free to drop me a line at 203-300-3321 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. I'm more of a BMW guy so I'm not too active on the VAG/Audi boards, but feel free to check out my track record on bimmerfest and bimmerforums. My handle on bimmerfest is sc 540i and my handle on bimmerforums is 98 528i.