The truth about palace finds is that they can sometimes be a little rough on the edges. This 1982 Audi Quattro Turbo, for example, has been in storage since 1994 and is slightly corroded. Nevertheless, it should still be considered that it is being sold at auction.
After living in a Scottish garage for nearly 30 years, it recently opened at The Late Brake Show, where he had a good time. A rusty and non-functioning vehicle requires a lot of work to get it back on track. His body, despite the corrosion, was in a life-saving condition and in time he traveled only 58,083 (93,476 km).
Despite its age, the Audi Quattro has its own original, additional Fuchs alloy wheels, which makes it attractive in white and white. However, he wears a body kit of unknown origin. This is timely, so it should not damage the value, and since the body needs to be restored, it can be restored without much difficulty.
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The interior, on the other hand, prevents some damage to the animals, even if there are some signs of wear. By the way, the bar and chairs are in good condition, as the sun has not risen for decades.
In terms of style, you decide, but one thing is clear, this car is a product of its time. Described as a zebra velor interior, it was Audi’s bold choice, but the only thing missing here is a radio.
Under the hood, its 2.2-liter turbocharged built-in five is more or less complete (its cam cover has been found since it was played on the Late Brake Show, and its brake calipers are no longer working).
An excellent candidate for restoration, this Audi Quattro Turbo is sure to appeal to fans. The amount of work needed to get back on track can delay some people. is provided by Car and classicThis online auction ends on June 14.
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