Privacy concerns aside, I’ve always thought it would be run to aggregate all car registrations across the U.S. and see how many crocks of certain vintage are still prowling the byways of our great land. Back in the 80’s, Audi offered a mild FWD coupe that shared the same form as it’s ground-breaking quattro. I can’t remember the last time I saw one on the road (moving under its own power). Here is your chance to change that. Find this 1984 Audi Coupe GT for sale in West Seattle, WA for $2,900 via craigslist.
The Coupe GT made it’s debut in Paris at the 1980 Paris show, sharing the same basic wedg-y shape as its bigger brother, the quattro, but minus the box flares and wing. Unlike the WRC winner, it was a front driver, sporting a normally aspirated 2.1 liter 100hp four-banger. Our seller didn’t include any engine room pics, but says it has been a great daily driver.
Inside the seller has had some interior work done: “The seats were professionally redone but they are removable covers and all red seats are under neath have lots of service history“. No mention though of what sort of profession the professional practices. The ad also goes thru a small list of “33 year old car that is taking up way to much of my time and money” things:
Within the last 500 miles I replaced
Tie rods and alignment
New motor and trans mounts
Fresh service and tune up
Car has very rare wide body side skirts were a dealer option and have an Audi stamp on the inside of them they look good and have no cracks
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