A wagon with a manual gearbox is an automotive unicorn, at least here in the States. We’ve had some offered for sale through the years though and here’s your chance to pick one up for cheap. This is a 2003 Audi Allroad. It has a 2.7-liter twin-turbocharged engine that makes nearly 250 horsepower. This one also happens to have a six-speed manual transmission. And it also has an asking price of just $3,200. Why so cheap? Well, it’s showing just shy of 200,000 miles on the odometer…

Here’s the text from the ad:

2003 C5 Audi allroad quattro. Twin-turbo, all-wheel drive, 6-speed manual transmission wagon.

• Front air bags/springs, Timing Belt, tensioners, rollers, Water pump, valve cover gaskets replaced @ 158k
• Spark plugs, coil packs replaced @ 165k
• BORG Warner k03 turbos, radiator, all 3 engine mounts replaced @ 178k
• Rear Driveshaft center support replaced @ 184k
• Rear Brake rotors and pads replaced @ 190k

Installs Included:
• AWE Tuning DTS Bar
• Hotchkis Sport front and rear sway bars
• 034 Motorsport Polyurethane street density transmission mounts
• New OE engine mounts with 034 Motorsport polyurethane snub mount
• New Meyle HD tie rods(inner and outer) both sides
• 20 mm spacers on all 4 wheels
• Sparco shift knob
• Weathertech Window Rain Deflectors
• Alpine UTE-52 Bluetooth/USB Head Unit

Now, a handful of things have been replaced. There are also a few fun upgrades as well. But are you willing to gamble a few thousand bucks for longroof entertainment? This is a rare machine and the asking price is certainly attractive. But any mechanical work won’t be cheap. It’s definitely tempting… but it might also be terrible.