I really loved both of the 350z manuals that I’ve owned. Amazing heel-toe engagement. Great shifter feel. The hr had a South Bend stage 2 and was a bit heavy and touchy, but also added value with some character. 14lb chattery flywheel also added to the enjoyment. Unsure what TT you’re looking at but would love to read a comparison.can ship FOR 500 Lol
again hoping to buy this audi tt to have a sidechick to row around in.
or still working on my buddies 350z maybe i'll just buy that and sell it sometime later
i love my r. just miss rowing. gotta row something.
Nice color and rare. My wife had a ‘03 6 speed 1.8 iirc, and I was impressed with her choice. She loved that car and still misses it. I thought it handled really well and it did awesome in the winter. Minimal maintenance and repair costs and it drove well in the winter. I did feel like it was a bit underpowered (@ ~5600’) but great car other than that. Felt a bit numb compared to the 350z, at the time.Its a TT 'ALMS':
2002 Audi TT ALMS Commemorative Edition. Audi built just 1000 of these ALMSTT’s to commemorate Audi’s success in the American Le Mans Series. All were built in closed coupe configuration and all were outfitted with a high output 225-hp turbo-4 cylinder engine, 6 speed manual transmission, quattro AWD and 18 inch wheels. The cars came in two color combinations: Misano red over silver/gray Nappa leather interior or Avus Silver over red.
So a pretty cool, rare, 6-spd only, higher output than the norm TT. And since it hasn't ran for ~5 years or so i'm hoping to really wheel and deal, like show up with like 3k and leave with the car lol.
also, to the left is an old S8 (I think) that hasn't ran for some time and to the right is a newer S-Something with the V10 that also i think hasn't ran for a while. LOL. The guy is def an audi fanatic but also way in over his head. He bought the TT brand new, think it was the first cool sporty manual car i ever had a ride in and always kinda wanted (to riceburner) it
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