[Marketplace] Cars: 1990 Coupe Quattro 20VT

Danny marketbot at audifans.com
Thu May 29 21:05:33 PDT 2008

Section:  Cars
Title:    1990 Coupe Quattro 20VT
Price:    15,500.00
Location: Seattle

Date:     December 05, 2007
Contact:  Danny
Email:    driveaudicoupe at hotmail.com


Well, I've been trying to sell her with no luck. I wasn't kidding when I said I have a family and debt to deal with so the price is about the lowest I will go. Here is an opportunity of a lifetime:

1990 Audi Coupe Quattro 20V Turbo
*All the “New” items were done at time of swap, roughly 40k Miles ago*

-Color is Aviator Grey Pearl (from the Audi TT)
-The body was stripped to bare metal and repainted Audi TT Aviator Grey Pearl with products from Glassurit. The body work is amazing on this car; I get compliments on it constantly.
-RS2 Headlights
-RS2 Front Bumper
-RS2 Fog Lights
-RS2 Turn Signals
-B4 Hood, Radiator Support (painted black, unseen behind grill)
-Kamei Badgeless Grille
-New Tail Bulb Holders

-AAN Engine from a ’93 Audi S4. 2.2L 20 valve turbo
-Engine was rebuilt at time of swap. Roughly 40k Miles since swap
-034 EFI Stage 2C ECU Fully Programmable Fuel Management with Disc and laptop
-New Turbonetics T60-1 Turbo with polished housing
-New Turbonetics front mount intercooler
-2½” aluminum charge pipes with silicone fittings
-RS2 Exhaust Manifold
-RS2 Intake Manifold
-New exhaust manifold gaskets
-New intake manifold gaskets
-New motor mounts x2
-New rear diff mounts x3
-New rear diff seals x3
-New aux radiator
-New thermostat
-New water pump
-New fuel pump
-New valve cover gasket
-New head gasket
-New front main seal
-New rear main seal
-Front mount oil cooler
-3” Stainless exhaust from turbo with high flow cat leading to a carbon fiber muffler
-New Radiator Hoses
-New Vacuum Hoses

-Rebuilt 6 speed S2 transmission CGR Code from 2Bennett with hardened mainshaft
-New clutch slave cylinder
-New tranny mounts x2
-2Bennett Clutch Street/Race Supreme Bushings
-New drive shaft
-New front axles
-New rear axles

-2Bennett Coilovers: Koni Shocks, Eibach Springs 8x2.5x380 F 8x2.5x340 R
-New front strut bearings
-New front crossmember, bushings and bolts
-New rear crossmember bushings and bolts
-Stainless and deltrin control arm bushings- front
-Stainless and deltrin control arm bushings- rear
-New front ball joints
-New front sway bar links
-New inner and outer tie rods- front

-Audi "Fat Five" A6 4.2 Rims
-Porsche 993TT Front Brakes
-New Rear Calipers
-New Stainless Steel Brake Lines Front and Rear
-New S2 Hubs x4 (5x112)
-Wheel Studs with Porsche Magnesium Lug Nuts
-New Wheel Bearings x4

-Recaro SRD seats with sliders and custom brackets
-2001 S4 Steering Wheel and Airbag
-Abt Pedals
-Pro Comp Boost Gauge
-Pro Comp Pyrometer Gauge
-Pro Comp Fuel Pressure Gauge
-Pro Comp Volt Gauge
-Pro Comp Oil Pressure Gauge
-Pro Comp Oil Temp Gauge
-Pro Comp Water Temp Gauge

Yes, there are a few, it is a car. . . 
-First, there is no air filter. The charge pipe is too close to the turbo and one will not fit without modifying the piping. There is a fine mesh screen doubled up over the turbo inlet, so it isn’t sucking in sticks and small children.
-The fuel pressure gauge doesn’t work. Don’t know why, haven’t gotten into it.
-No reverse lockout. I was nervous at first, but after 30 minutes of driving, you figure out right where 1st is and I never had any issues. I have a spare shifter to come with the car if you want to fix this.

The car has been awesome for me. It really is everything I want and it is definitely a head-turner to everyone. However, now just isn’t the time with an infant and the purchase of a house. I never tracked the car and didn’t even drive it much. I put maybe 2k miles on it since I bought it in May of ’07 and it has been in the garage since. I just had it into Redmond Werkshop for an oil change and they checked everything over and said it all looked good (fluid levels, CV’s, etc.).

ASKING $15,500

I will not part anything out. I also have a book full of receipts from time of swap, as well as an itemized list with prices. To rebuild this car would cost over $30k.

Link to a ton of recent pictures: http://s100.photobucket.com/albums/m36/driveaudicoupe/Audi/ForSale/?start=0


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