I’ve expressed my enjoyment of the Audi Coupe Quattro, a loveable nugget of a coupe packing all-wheel drive and a little 20V 5-cylinder. It’s maybe not the most extreme Audi, but it does a lot of things well. It looks good, if a little less taught than the ur-Quattro. It should handle decently with some fun factory go-fast bits and a manual tranny. And though a little coupe, it’ll get you where you need to go with all four wheels turning. Every once in a while a nice example pops up, and this is a great, updated but unabused example from Utah.
// ]]>1990 Audi Coupe Quattro for sale on eBay
From the seller:
Garage kept, Summer driver, low miles 97,636. The car has many upgrades from engine, intake, exhaust, new ecu, suspension, wheels, brand new tires, paint, tint, stereo and so much more. I have a set of the original speedline wheels with tires, original air box,radio,and other misc parts. This has been a amazing car. You wont find too many out there like this.
Going to need some more investigation with a brief description like that, but this Quattro has a lot going for it. It’s clean in and out, and the sub-100k miles is a very positive place to start. I like the black molding instead of the singular exterior color a lot of these have, and the great Borbets are very fitting. The one holdup here is the price; $7500 seems like a bit rich to start bidding for this 20 year-old Audi spacenugget, but perhaps further investigation will show that it’s even nicer than the ad suggests. -NR