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Old 01-03-2013, 11:57 PM   #1
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Audi 90 Quattro Sport '95

Not a build thread.. totalled a few years ago. Just found some pics, and wanted to show it off

I got this as my first car, put tires & rims, tint, sound system, clear corners..and that's about it besides stickers and roof racks with board clamps and bike fittings.







Was hauling around a corner at night in January in SLC, when the intersection was all black ice...Ended up sliding up where the curb goes down to meet the street, right into a tree Was goin around 40mph, so it wasn't pretty. Tagged the tree right in front of the drivers side, broke my wrist and cut my face open...Sucked.

But that said, I drive more careful now in inclimate weather- and shi* happens for a reason.. Just glad I didn't total it goin 125mph and roll it 8 times like I probably should have.

Miss that thing.
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Nice cars.
I picked this one up for $500 not running. Had been sitting for 2 years. Paint was almost pink from oxidation.



It ended up jumping time. I put a new belt/wp on it and some new pads and rotors all the way around, waxed it, painted the wheels/bumpers black then sold it a week later for $2600





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Nice! I'd love to find one for that kind of $ and re-build it. So much fun to drive.
I was suprised at how much power the stock 2.8 made.
I probably would have kept it had it been a 5 speed, car was loaded- black leather, heated seats, power moonroof, power seats, ac even worked.
I still got the damn tool for the timing belt in my box that cost me $100 lol... Prob never use the damn thing again.
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