BaT Exclusive: 2Bennett-Tuned 1995 Audi S6 Avant

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BaT Exclusive: 2Bennett-Tuned 1995 Audi S6 Avant

10/26/2011 Update: This Audi has been sold.

From 10/18/2011:

This 1995 Audi S6 Avant (VIN WAULA84A5SN105602) is was a 1-year only model in the USA and the last one imported with Audi#8217;s famous 5-cylinder 20V turbo engine. This S6, with its wider wheel openings, manual-only transmission, and uprated suspension and horsepower is the kind of wagon that we wish manufacturers would produce and import more often, but it seems like the accountants always deny US buyers the option.

Somehow this model slipped through and this is one of the best surviving examples. This particular car has been extensively maintained, freshened and tastefully upgraded by respected marque specialist 2Bennett Audimotive in Davis, California. It is now available in San Francisco, California for $16k.

The entire exterior of the car was recently restored, including new clear-coat paint by 2Bennett, European S6 Plus bumpers (front and rear), grills, badging, trim, and European front turn signals. Bilstein shocks, HR Springs, 2Bennett Stage 2 GT (6-Piston) Brakes, stainless braided brake-lines, Xenon lighting and 2 Bennett Camber adjustment plates are also added.

The back-up wheels are the Avus 17#215;8 2003 Audi S6 Avant units shown in some of the photos, and the seller will cut $1k off the price if you take those instead (but for the record we think missing out on the Euro-market OEM Bolero wheels shown below would be a major mistake. Pony up!).

The drivetrain has been tastefully modified w/ 2Bennett software, ceramic engine kit, RS2 exhaust manifold, and Samco hoses. Andrew Bennett, the owner of 2Bennett can be contacted for reference, and all receipts are available via pdf. The car has 110K miles.

This wagon is professionally detailed 1-2 times per year, has oil changes are done every 3K miles, and all records and receipts are with the car totaling more than $55,000. The car is stored and covered in a climate-controlled collector car storage facility, something that cannot be said of many Audi wagons of this era. Original manuals with maintenance stamps are also included.

The interior is very clean, and came with heavily bolstered Recaro seats from the factory. We love seeing that manual shift lever instead of the automatics that came on all the 2.8L wagons. The driver side bolster does show some expected wear.

Some scratches also exist on the rear bumper and one of the Avus wheels. The seller also points out a small ding over the driver rear door handle that is hardly noticeable in photos.

Check out the additional photos of the car in the Flickr album and slide-show below.

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