[Marketplace] Cars: '90 Audi Coupe Quattro Lago/gray

John Karasaki marketbot at audifans.com
Tue Jan 10 00:23:32 EST 2006

Section:  Cars
Title:    '90 Audi Coupe Quattro Lago/gray
Price:    3,400.00
Location: Portland, Oregon

Date:     December 01, 2005
Contact:  John Karasaki
Email:    johkar at teleport.com
Phone:    503-464-8024


This has been my daily driver for the past two years.  I purchased it in San Francisco from the original owner.  Since I got it, I’ve replaced all the control arm bushings, strut bearings (green heavy duty), struts/shocks (Bilstein “Sprint” P30-3006/P36-3058) and B&G springs.  The right front axle assembly was rebuilt.  I’ve also installed the Billzcat short shifter kit and relayed Depo eurolights with clear corner market lights.  The original wheels are in decent condition with Sumitomo tires.  The car has around 240k miles on it.  It had 200k miles on it when I bought it.  Shortly before I purchased the car, the previous owner had the timing belt, water pump, tensioner(s), valve cover gasket, belts and all associated front engine maintenance done.  The paint is in great condition.  The interior is gray leather in good condition with heated front seats (both work great).  Sony in-dash high power CD player with amp and amplified subwoofer in trunk.  Brand new Porterfield R4S front
pads ($140+).  Slotted rotors front and rear.  ATE super blue brake fluid.  This car has never been tracked.

Known issues: Everything worked great on the car until around the middle of October 2005.  There is a short in circuit #4.  This is the circuit that powers the radio, interior lights, and provides the memory for the interior climate control.  The car still operates fine and the climate control works.  The 20v list suggested ways to track this down, but I haven't had time to solve it yet.  There is a leak in the trunk.  I’ve read that this may also be the cause of the short.  The bomb is getting weak.  The display on the Sony CD player is dim.

New car purchase and upcoming racing season forces sale.  $3400.


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