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Calling all S-Line FACTORY fitted owners!

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by BahnStormer77, Mar 7, 2009.

  1. BahnStormer77
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    If you have a B6 S-Line that was FACTORY fitted, can you please let me know your chassis number? (via PM if you'd rather not broadcast)

    Preferably a TDi, but i'm pretty sure any S-Line would be fine.

    It seems to be the only way that I can guarantee the parts from Audi are actually going to be to feed them the chassis number of a car that has the factory fitted spec of what I'm after.

    Thanks!
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    Hi Have you been sorted out with a S-Line Chassis number yet.?
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    Hi Have you been sorted out with a S-Line Chassis number yet.?
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    no, but "no_idea" punted me the part numbers of what he bought for his B6 Avant, which would get me most of the way there....

    I already have the Audi ABT side skirts (not fitted yet), so just trying to finish it off with something very OEM looking, but slightly sportier than standard, like an S-Line front and rear.

    Worst case: I get the front parts, but just opt for colour coding the rear... mines a TDI, so I've got a nice wide spaced pair of big fat tail-pipes..... that are (a) hidden under the trim.... (b) pointing straight at the ground.... (c) staying there.... well, certainly until after I've seen it being rolling roaded....
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