A high mileage complex luxury cars with scary electronic integrated gizmos should put the fear of the electron into any sane person…and I count myself in that small group. A mid 2000s Audi A8, for instance, is going to be overly complicated and certainly cheap because it is going to cost arms/legs/kidneys/children to repair…but if you step downmarket into something like a low spec Audi A3 that doesn’t have all the complicated rube goldberg auto-driving features…you might just be able to drive it for a few years and sell without doing anything other than adding gas. Maybe. Got a lucky rabbits foot keychain? Find this 2006 Audi A3 offered for $5,500 in SF Bay Area, CA via craigslist.
From the seller:
2006 Audi A3
cylinders: 4 cylinders
paint color: black
title status: clean
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I’m selling a beautiful Audi A3 2.0t, just got the new clutch, timing belt water pump and high performance brakes. Also has oversize rims(I also have the stock wheels which you can have). I just got a family car and I don’t have parking for this car. I’m open to reasonable offers! Se habla español.
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