Two manual allroads for sale locally. Incredibly different ads, one has no pictures and reads:
“The clutch it’s been replace, timing chain.has some air leak somewhere.”
The other featuring nicely taken, ample pictures reads:
“03 Audi Allroad. 6 speed manual transmission. 2.7t engine. 144k miles. Quattro all wheel drive. Blue exterior with black and grey interior. Has body colored flares and bumpers. premium stereo, hid headlights, power everything. Runs and drives well but needs some work. Car is from Colorado and rust free. Clean title. Good tires and brakes. Air suspension works fine but will sink overnight (most likely a valve block). A few dings and scratches. CEL for random misfires only when cold sometimes (goes away when car is warmed up - probably a vacuum leak), needs a headlight level sensor and some other small things.
The good: GIAC stage 1 tune, Forge diverter valves, Hotchkis front and rear sway bars, JHM short throw shifter, MOMO shift knob, poly mounts, trailer hitch, window tint, Milltek catback exhaust, 034 adjustable front control arms and more.”
Despite their differences they are both equally bad, tempting, ideas. It’s the old question of whether or not you want insight into how bad something is or just find out as you experience. If you lack common sense, find them here: