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Cost of GMBH Kit

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by Colin_S, May 3, 2005.

  1. Colin_S
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    [May 3, 2005]
    I have just looked at an A4 without a kit and asked the Audi dealer about the GMBH kit and they advised £3000 plus painting and fitting. Now i have read on here that it was arround £1200 so is this guy just a really bad sales man or is there some truth in it. Also is the £1200 for parts only?

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    Colin
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    My dealer was doing it for £1499 fitted, however there was somone doing it for £1200 fitted so have a search on here to find the dealer and give them a bell.

    £3000 for the parts?! they are pulling your **** mate.
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    much cheaper than that, i got the rear for £60 and painted and fitted for anothe £55!! from a specilist!!

    £1200 or £3000 more like £600-£700 at the most i recon
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    [May 7, 2005]
    Hi MCGOUGH_A4_ESTATE, where did you get the rear from for £60? sounds good to me!
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    [May 7, 2005]
    me mate at the audi parts depo!

    just go to audi and ask for a trade price!
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    Cheers MCGOUGH_A4_ESTATE will give that a go..
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