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There are only two ways a third-generation Audi S6 Avant makes it to the U.S. It’s either a blackmarket car that was imported here and federalized at a completely absurd cost that isn’t worth it to make it street legal, or, it was custom-built.  This 2007 S6 Avant is the latter. It’s a 2006 Audi A6 Avant body and chassis mated with 2007 Audi S6 bits. But this isn’t just some engine swap, this entire build was done the right way, and likely cost close to $60,000.

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Aleksandar LilichFeaturedAudi S6 Avant,auto news
There are only two ways a third-generation Audi S6 Avant makes it to the U.S. It’s either a blackmarket car that was imported here and federalized at a completely absurd cost that isn’t worth it to make it street legal, or, it was custom-built.  This 2007 S6 Avant is...