[Marketplace] Cars: 1990 Audi Coupe Quattro
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Fri Apr 6 10:20:27 EDT 2007
Title: 1990 Audi Coupe Quattro
Location: Boise, Idaho U.S.A.
Date: December 04, 2006
Email: bryangilbreath at hotmail.com
I'll get some pics taken soon and post them up. I need to clean house so I'm trying to sell 3 cars. One of them is a 1990 Coupe Quattro that I purchased last year and was in the process of upgrading for my girlfriend. Here's the good:
Runs great, black on black car, have the Speedlines with nice snow tires on it, Have a new set of 17's and nice tires with less than 1,000 miles on them, I have replaces almost all of the suspension components on the car, new set of H&R springs, new Boge Turbo-gas struts all around, all new slotted and drilled disc brales all around, new pads, new strut bushings all around, misc control arm bushings, new cv boots, new stereo system with iPod adapter located in glovebox, brand new windshield ($800.00), new Depot Euro headlights and clear corners with 60/100 watt H4's, new hatch struts and guides, new electric mirrors, black leather heated seats work great, Kameii center armrest, all new Bosch wiper blades!, Rain-X'ed window bonus, new battery. I've driven this car from Boise to Seattle a few times and it was great. I've also driven it up our local ski mountain (Bogus Basin) with 8" of snow and ice on the road (with the snow tires on of course) and it handles flawlessly.
Now the bad. I planned on getting to these items soon but the cold hard reality of how stupid it is to have 6 cars is finally sinking in. The drivers side door could use a bit of bodywork. It looks OK from 10 feet but the PO didn't do a real quality job of fixing a dent ( the frame etc was not damaged at all, the dent was merely cosmetic), the Speedlines are used as my winter wheels as they are pitted as most are, the interior is great except the clear over the wood trim has started to craze a a bit, it can be refinished or replaced. I was going to refinish it myself and finally, despite repacking and new boots one of the front CV's is starting to click a little. You can actually get a new axle with both new cv's for $100.00 which is a lot cheaper and in my opinion a lot easier to change than just replacing the CV.
Anyhooo...shoot me reasonable offers, no I'm not parting and I'm not interested in trades unless it's something really cool that doesn't need any work and it comes with a side order of cash.
You can contact me at bryangilbreath at hotmail.com. or call me at (208) 440-8778
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