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Nogaro Blue S3 (51 plate) Full Audi Service History

Discussion in 'Classifieds Discussion Area' started by taz123, May 15, 2012.

  1. taz123

    taz123 New Member

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    [May 15, 2012]
    A great chance for you to own a rare un abused Nogaro Blue 2001/51 plate Audi s3.

    I took a lot of time travelling up and down the country before settling on this one for the very fact that it is completely standard, the exact way it came out the factory and un abused, cant be said about the majority you find nowadays.

    Probably the best colour of them all and the most rare, not many of these come around so grab your chance while you can.

    It has Full Audi Service History bar the last stamp as I took it to a specialist, receipts present, invoices present, manuals present, pretty much everything there that you would get on purchasing a car from new.

    Mileage: 99200
    Reg once private plate is off: SV51 TYA (more than happy for you to carry out your own checks)
    Full v5 present (private plate not inc, in process of removing and will be put on to 51 plate)
    Full booklet inc all manuals present
    Reciepts from work carried out present
    2 keys present
    Tax - 6 months (taxed last week)
    Mot - Nov 2nd 2012
    Hpi Clear

    Audi Service History as follows:

    13/08/01 - Delivery Inspection - Aberdeen Audi
    27/06/03 - 17951 miles - Aberdeen Audi
    06/04/05 - 31125 miles - Aberdeen Audi
    05/02/07 - 45679 miles - Aberdeen Audi
    30/10/08 - 65061 miles - Aberdeen Audi * Belts changed
    17/07/09 - 83939 miles - Aberdeen Audi
    05/11/11 - 98902 miles - D.M.W Audi/Volkswagen Specialist

    Mechanically the car is spot on, no leaks, rattles, smoke. It doesn’t drink any oil or water. The only issue I have had was the power steering pump started becoming noisy, I have had this along with the pipes replaced. All fluids topped up.

    The clutch is nice and light, good biting point.. Gearbox is spot on, goes in to every gear effortlessly, no crunching or grinding.

    Engine is good, no noises or any issues there what so ever. A nice clean engine bay, signs of the car being well looked after. The car doesn’t need servicing for a while, it was recently done, stamp in the book to show.

    Interior is like new, full unmarked black leather Recaro seats. No signs of wear on the bolsters.

    All warning lights on the instrument cluster come on and go off once the car has started. There are no missing pixels on the displays (a common fault in Audi’s).

    Bodywork is in good condition for its age, usual chip stone marks on the bonnet and a few age related marks. There is a scuff on the rear bumper and on the plastic trim on passenger side door. A small bubble on the rear arch. The car has never been involved in an accident and repaired, all the panels align as they should do.

    Wheels were furbished not so long ago with new tyres Bridgestone Potenza’s put all around. There is a scuff on the passenger side wheel. Others look fine.

    Bad points:

    Paint fade on heart control + and - button
    Crack in the corner of windscreen
    May possibly need discs and pads as it has been sat up for a few months now.

    Genuine reason for sale and that is I simply do not drive it enough due to working away. From the last service which was carried out in Nov last year to now I have covered 300 odd miles.

    Any inspection is more than welcome, I have absolutely nothing to hide.

    No timewasters or scammers please.

    I am in Glasgow, Scotland. I am more than happy to get the buyer at Glasgow airport, Buchanan Bus Station, Central or Queen St train station.

    Any questions please don’t hesitate to ask

    07977 407 200 Adam

    5000 ovno
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  3. taz123

    taz123 New Member

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    [May 23, 2012]
    offers? need it gone asap
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