[Marketplace] Cars: 1991 Audi 200 20v

Tom Ellis marketbot at audifans.com
Thu Oct 13 19:21:54 EDT 2005

Section:  Cars
Title:    1991 Audi 200 20v
Price:    4,500.00
Location: Bellevue, WA

Date:     October 13, 2005
Contact:  Tom Ellis
Email:    tom at tomellisphoto.com
Phone:    425-455-9064


Pearl white with grey interior, 148k miles.  Very nice condition both inside and out, and runs beautifully.  New license tabs in August.  Exterior - Repainted two years ago to the newer Audi pearl, body is straight and looks great.  Interior - Sport seats, both in excellent condition, plus an extra set of “comfort” seats also in excellent shape.  Seat heaters do not work on sport seats but do work on comfort seats.  Leather on all seats front and rear is soft and clean.  Rebuilt stock Bose stereo, and amps have been replaced in all four speakers.  New carpet mats.  Interior is generally in very good/excellent condition.  Mechanical – Stock ECU, never been chipped (to best of my knowledge).  Stock UFOs, both front and rear brakes replaced at 120k.  Also at 120k – new timing belt, new front/rear seals, new clutch/pressure plate, etc., new turbocharger cooling pump, new distributor cap and rotor, new valve cover gasket.  More recent work (in past year) includes new heater fan motor,
new plug wires, new PS pump seals, rebuilt alternator, AC recharge, coolant flush.  Tires are Bridgestone G009 on stock 15” BBS rims, less than 10k miles and look like new.  Rims are straight but two show some wear.  Also included is a set of Goodyear Blizzaks on V8 rims, tires probably have 60% tread.  I added a keyless entry system to this car, and it is wonderful – only use the key to start the car!  Also included are a full set of Bentley manuals, and various pieces that I’ve acquired “just in case” something breaks.  Now for the negatives.  The ABS system wasn’t working when I got the car and I’ve never bothered to repair it.  The on-board computer likes to randomly (and mistakenly) announce that the car is overheating, sometimes after it has just been started – the coolant temp gauge does work correctly and shows the car is not actually overheating.  I am only selling this car because I was recently given another car, and the Audi is now car #3 in a two-driver family.  I’m
tempted to hold onto the Audi until my son turns 16 in two years, but the thought him driving a car with that kind of power is too scary.  And besides it’s way too nice a car to sit unused for that length of time. Please email me for more photos.  Serious inquiries only, please!


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