Welcome to Week in Review, where we’ll take a look at some of the vehicles featured on GCFSB over the last couple of weeks:
All posts in Audi
A few weeks ago, Paul wrote up a low mile 1995 740i, always a favorite of ours here at GCFSB. Also a favorite is the D2 S8. Together, they represent in our minds the pinnacle of large executive designs – fast, comfortable, quiet, and with enough presence to draw respectful looks without being overstated, showy or brash. We also think that these two executive sedans are better looking than the multiple generations that have replaced them. While performance and luxury have increased in both BMW and Audi, in our opinion both of these cars are the high-water marks for their respective brands. So, which would you rather have? Let’s start with the S8:
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2001 Audi S8 on eBay
At the Geneva Auto Show this week, Audi unveiled a special version of its latest beastly estate, the RS4 Avant Nogaro selection. This RS4, painted in (you guessed it) Nogaro Blue harkens back to the first RS car 20 years ago, the legendary RS2 Avant. Now, before Carter corrects me, the RS2 Avant’s hue was in fact RS Blue, not Nogaro Blue. It’s unlikely we’ll see any variant of the newest RS4 on these shores, at least in Avant form. But, you can still pick up a used example of the B7 S4 Avant with the 4.2 liter V8 and the gearbox that God intended, the 6-speed manual. This 2007 S4 Avant has covered 75,000 miles and does its best to blend into the scenery with its subtle Dolphin Gray Exterior.
CLICK FOR DETAILS: 2007 Audi S4 Avant on Cars.com
About a week ago I posted a rare condition and color 1990 Audi Coupe Quattro that was priced towards the higher end of the market for Coupe Quattros. However, considering the overall condition, lower miles and unique color, it wasn’t outrageously priced and seemed like a solid purchase. Today there’s a 1990 Coupe Quattro that’s a more familiar shade for these Audi Coupes and in even better condition with less miles. Take a look at this Tornado Red 1990: