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How much is a 1984 Audi Quattro worth?

How much is a 1984 Audi Quattro worth?

This 1984 Audi Sport Quattro at RM Auctions could sell for as much as $475,000 when it crosses the block next month. Really, it’s probably worth every penny. Intact is the 2.1-liter inline-5 that is good for 302 horsepower courtesy of a KKK turbo and Bosch electronic fuel injection.

What engine did the Audi Quattro have?

Quattro – A1 and A2 evolutions

Audi Sport Quattro S1 E2
Layout longitudinal front-engine four-wheel-drive
Related Audi Quattro
Engine 2.1 L (2,110 cc) turbocharged I5

What is an Audi Quattro worth?

Audi Sport Quattro- A $500,000 Classic.

What year did Audi Quattro come out?

Quattro History The original Audi Quattro competition car debuted in 1980, first as a development car, and then on a formal basis in the 1980 Janner Rally in Austria.

What kind of car is a 1983 Audi Quattro?

This 1983 Audi Ur-Quattro is a Euro-spec example finished in dark blue over black. Power comes from a turbocharged and inter… more 1989 Audi 100 Quattro 5cyl. 5spd. AWD Heated leather seats and 3 position sunroof Only has 173,xxx miles Little to no rust I dr… more

When did the Audi quattro GT come out?

Audi charged for the full-fat 1983 quattro. The Coupe added the GT suffix for 1984, a year that also brought vented front discs, a close-ratio five-speed manual, and, overseas, the availability of the Coupe quattro—a narrow-bodied, naturally aspirated Coupe GT fitted with permanent four-wheel drive.

When did Audi come out with four wheel drive?

Also in September 1984, Audi made available the option of the quattro permanent four-wheel drive system to produce the Audi Coupé quattro, a model which was rarer than the turbocharged Quattro model.

What kind of car is the Audi Ur Quattro?

Universal is the legend of Audi’s “Ur-quattro,” which almost singlehandedly established that German automaker’s sporting, innovative reputation. Everyone recalls that turbocharged coupe with the blistered fenders and four-ring door decals, but few remember its mild-mannered, front-wheel-drive cousin.