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1985 Audi Quattro S1 E2 Group B Recreation

When it comes to iconic Audis, few surpass this car – the fire-breathing, mountain-jumping, growling and popping full-throttle launching Quattro S1 E2 that saw out the conclusion of Group B. The irony is that this car was ultimately not very successful, though. It was, in fact, the long-wheelbase original, A1, and A2 variants that were very successful – winning the 1982 and 1984 manufacturer’s titles along with the 1983 and 1984 Driver’s title. The bulk of the Quattro’s 23 WRC victories were achieved in the older variants of the car; 1985 saw just one win for Audi at Rallye Sanremo, and there were no wins in 1986. Still, these cars have proven to be the most recognizable variants of the chassis – and there are plenty of copies out there. This one is based on a European-market 1985 Coupe Quattro, and while it’s not original – it sure looks the part. Though, to be honest it’s not a cheap toy…

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Year: 1985
Model: Quattro S1 E2 Recreation
Engine: 2.2 liter turbocharged inline-5
Transmission: 5-speed manual
Mileage: some, probably hard, mi
Location: Stamford, Connecticut
Price: $280,000 Buy It Now

About this vehicle
This 1980 Audi Quattro is a restored vehicle with updates to the exterior, interior and drivetrain. The owner has had it for 1 year. The vehicle runs great and is mainly used for car shows.
Vehicle Details

I’m posting this very iconic 1985 Audi Quattro S1 e2 Recreation. This car was build from ground up just like the Audi did back in the 80s. The detail, performance and precision is almost 1:1 to the original. Please only serious and interested clients reply. Worldwide shipping can be arranged at buyer expense. To see videos of the car please copy and paste link into your web browser


Audi S1 ​​E2

Years of construction 2021-2022, current mileage 700km


Body: AUDI COUPE QUATTRO 1985 originally with a five-cylinder 2.2L engine. Sand-blasted, welded, reinforced and protected against corrosion,

– roof used with AUDI 80 B2 2d.

– side + rear windows – 4mm solid polycarbonate, compatible with the “J” FiA appendix,

– Race Cages safety cage, in accordance with Annex “J”,

– shifted front cups, with adjustable wheel angle,

– switches made individually according to the B-group S1 E2 pattern, enlarged wheel hubs (5 holes),

– threaded suspension with adjustable height – Koni shock absorbers with adjustable hardness,

– individually made suspension arms, made of S355 steel, seamless tube,

– rocker arms, rods, steering – resilience of 5tons and 7tons.

– uniballs were used instead of the sleeves,

– sleds / beams individually adapted to the assembly of the drive system, mounted on Verkline mounts,

– braking system on 2 Wilwood 0.7 pumps, removed servo, hydraulic handbrake,

– Wilwood braking force regulator,

– Porsche 981 brake calipers, 330/280 drilled discs, Porsche pads,

– power approx. 580KM / 640Nm

– AAN 2.2L 20V turbo Audi S6 C4 engine,

– serial crankshaft,

– ACL main / connecting rod bearings

– reinforced RS2 pistons,

– H-Beam forged connecting rods + ARP bolts,

– complete timing with the Audi S2 water pump

– enlarged Audi RSQ5 oil cooler,

– head – enlarged and polished channels, larger Audi S2 valves,

– changed valve opening times with camshafts,

– sports ignition distributor with a camshaft position sensor,

– Siemens 850cc injectors,

– sports crankcase ventilation with a reservoir

– lightweight Audi S2 flywheel,

– Sachs Performance sinter clutch,

– conversion to a multi V-belt,

– high-flow stainless steel exhaust manifold,

– GT 3586 turbo hybrid with ball bearings by CR Turbo

– anti-lag,

– 304L stainless steel exhaust 2.75 inch diameter + 2 inch screamer,

– westgate Audi S2,

– electronic 70mm throttle,

– dogbox 01E claw gearbox, jack similar to S1,

– additional mounting of the gearbox to the body,

– reinforced drive shaft, one-piece CR Turbo,

– Audi S6 differential – gear ratio 4.11, with a 100% lock (not recommended for use on hard ground),

– electric TRW steering pump,

– additional power steering fluid cooler,

– Ecumaster Emu Black control unit,

– electric installation and engine harness made individually,

– electronic gas pedal,

– Mac turbo pressure controller,

– launch control

– ATL FiA safe fuel tank, 40L,

– 2L swirl pot,

– 2x Bosch fuel pump 044,

– additional fuel cooler,

– metal braided reinforced fuel lines,

– additional water circulation pump,

– Sabelt seats + seat belts 6 points Sabelt with valid FiA approval,

– quick release MOMO steering wheel

– light heater for motorsport,

– original VDO instrument cluster with sensors,

– engine oil – Motul 5W50 Ester Core Synthetic,

– gearbox oil – Millers 75w90 LS,

– differential oil 75w140 LS,

– Motul RBF660 brake fluid

Form of payment is wire transfer only- no check or any loans. Please don’t submit any offers below $250k. I will only reply to serious inquiries

How neat and clean does this one look? Having seen a real variant in person, it’s pretty hard to spot that this one isn’t the real deal at first glance. The detail work is, frankly, amazing. Amazing too is the price. Still, you aren’t going to get a real Audi Quattro rally car for any less, nevermind one of the most famous ones. What must be the same seller listed a similar car in 2020 on BaT, and it bid to about half of the current asking price. But if you want to look like a rally star, draw a crowd, and have Singer Porsche money in your account, this is a compelling alternative.


One Comment

  1. michael blechman
    michael blechman October 27, 2022

    tor this amount you could have 2Bennett in davis ca build you a carbon fiber replica ur quattro that is far more desirable and drivable… shortys are insanely difficult to drive fast and this isn’t an original racer so why bother? between 2Bennetts and 034 you could build something far more fun…

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