[Marketplace] Cars: 1991 Audi 200 Turbo 10V

John H. Brown, Jr. marketbot at audifans.com
Wed May 11 19:46:41 EDT 2005

Section:  Cars
Title:    1991 Audi 200 Turbo 10V
Price:    4,000.00
Location: Tequesta, Florida

Date:     May 11, 2005
Contact:  John H. Brown, Jr.
Email:    johnhbrownjr223 at yahoo.com
Phone:    561-746-6907


This is my daily driver.   It is a standard 1991 Audi 200 Turbo 10V (Pearl over Grey Leather).   I purchased it from the original owner on 05-19-2004 with 89706 on the odometer.   As of  04-21-2005, the mileage was 100019, when the odometer failed.   Based on past history, you see that I add approximately 1000 miles each month to the odometer.  Everything works.   I have stopped the hydraulic leaks.   I have stopped the coolant leaks.   It never had any oil leaks.    There is some seepage  from the automatic transmission but I have been unable to locate the origin.   However, it is automatic transmission fluid and it leaves a fifty cent piece size spot in my driveway overnight on an irregular basis.   The mufflers need to be replaced (both center and rear, estimate $300.00 for parts).   The driver side inner CV boot rotted out due to hydraulic fluid leaking on it and it needs to be replaced (estimate $20.00 to $70.00 for parts).   Left turn signal lever sticks intermittently (seems
to be temperature related, works fine mostly on 70 degree or cooler days), I reset it manually.   This is a Florida car, there is no (zip, nada, zero) rust on this car.   All panels are straight and true.   However, there is a quarter size ding in the top corner of the passenger side rear panel above the turn signal lens.   There are no rips or tears in the leather.   There are no chips or cracks in the glass.   The engine is strong.   The brakes are outstanding.   The transmission is smooth.   The boost  reads out up to 1.6.   It can be your daily driver.   It can be your project car.   It can be your parts car.   Spreadsheet of repairs can be supplied upon request.


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