See these type ones, don't contact the dealer, email some makey uppey email address instead. The sites full of them it seems. Have they hacked into the dealers pages or what?
i replied to one of those ads last year for the laugh. as with everything, if it's too good to be true, then it probably is. an audi a4 for over 2k less than the next car was screaming scam.
he wasn't up for playing ball in the end!
similiar situation to Ballsymchugh, about 2 years ago i saw an Audi a4 DTM for a couple of grand cheaper than what it should have been, when i emailed the guy he had the same story, had moved to spain etc.
i also noticed he was using pictures from a genuine A4 dtm adertised on pistonheads so i reported it to Autotrader and the ad was removed
It's strange that they're all using dealer pages though. They're all the same format too, black on white writing etc.