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A3 1.8T (1999)- REVO S1, for sale

Discussion in 'A3/S3 Forum (8L Chassis)' started by JB_A3_Turbo, Jun 8, 2008.

  1. JB_A3_Turbo

    JB_A3_Turbo Member

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    Hi All,

    ok I'm selling my car! :-(

    What do people reckon I should be asking for it? Anyone want to buy it!

    My A3 1.8T (1999 T), REVO Stage 1 REMAP, Forge Eliminator DV, 3 Doors, Manual, Hatchback, Petrol, 93k miles, Dark Metallic Blue. ABS, Original 16" Audi Alloy wheels, Central locking, Trip Computer, Driver and Passenger airbags, Electric mirrors, Electric windows, Electric sunroof, Radio/CD Multichanger, Climate Control, Full Black Leather seats, 1 years MOT, 10 months tax, Shell V-power used since REMAP in August 06.

    Loads of receipts for oil changes, brake pads, discs, tyres, cam belt, tensioner, water pump etc...
    Thanks,
    J
     
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  3. voorhees

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    compar it on fleabay and autotrader for a ballpark figure,scratch the v-power line as it doesn't sell it...only saying
     
  4. JB_A3_Turbo

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    ok cheers, Only mentioned the v power on here to suggest it's always had decent fuel put in it rather than supermarket.

    If I put in autotrader I think I'll remove the V power bit. Not sure if it's even worth me mentioning the REVO SP1 to be honest, it may put more people off because they think its been razzed everywhere?
     
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    an it will have been. no one gets a remap to drive it normal m8
     
  6. klepto

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    guess it depends on the buyer, if you got all the oil changes logged / reciepted then it would be all good by me..but yeh you can never tell how other people with percieve it! If you have switched back to stock settings then I guess its up to you whether you mention it or not!

    What milage has it done? I got a 1.8TQ (99 V) with CC map, at the time (18 months ago) i bought it for 6.5k which was quite high but then it had only done 17k! its done 35k now and i would hope i could sell it for 5-5.5k, but who knows maybe not?!
     
  7. JB_A3_Turbo

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    True, but even before a REMAP this engine is normally driven quite hard anyhow. Just wondered whether it's worth mentioning on an advert? Are there enough people out their looking for a REVO'd A3 on autotrader? Would I just be better off selling the car as if it were a standard 150bhp.
     
  8. dela

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    i would deffinitely mention the remap, it'll make your car stand out a bit more, someone whos looking to remap their car anyway doesnt have to fork out the £300 to get it done. try putting it on pistonheads.com the people who look on their are more looking for tuned remapped cars

    goodluck with the sale
     
  9. simch

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    I'd ask 4k for it. Is a decent spec.
    I just sold a fully loaded 5 door mk4 golf, same year, higher miles, but K03s, full stainless, koni and hr springs, big arbs, 17's all the toys incl leather recaros and loads of receipts for 4300. I reckon i did alright, it waa blinding car though went lke stink and handled real well too.
     
  10. JB_A3_Turbo

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    Cheers guys, yeah I think the price seems fair. Will try on pistonheads. Many thanks to all so far for your input
     

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