One of the absolute coolest Audis of the modern era is the B7 Audi RS4. Not only was it sold in America as a Sedan, which is odd for an RS4, but it had a naturally-aspirated V8 with a six-speed manual in possibly the finest A4 chassis Audi ever built. Plus, it looked killer. So, naturally, Audi fans love the B7 RS4. If that’s the case, would you want to put a bid in on this 2007 RS4 from Cars and Bids?
This specific Audi RS4 is painted in the highly desirable Sprint Blue, features a black leather interior with full leather Recaro seats, carbon fiber trim and 19″ wheels. It’s a gorgeous spec and one that every Audi enthusiasts should drool over.
Under the hood is a 4.2 liter naturally-aspirated V8 with 420 horsepower and 317 lb-ft of torque. Paired to that screaming engine is a six-speed manual, which routes power to all four wheels, via a proper Quattro system.
The car does have 113,400 miles on it, which isn’t an insignificant amount. Admittedly, the car does have extensive maintenance records and was serviced regularly. So it’s likely in excellent shape. However, there’s no record in this listing of the timing chain guides being changed. If they haven’t been changed, they’re going to need changing immediately. Though, it does say the water pump was changed and they’re usually done at the same time, so the guides may have been replaced.
At the time of writing this, there are still three days left on the bid and the current price is $12,399. Overall, this B7 Audi RS4 seems to be in very good shape and should be an incredibly exciting car to own and drive. If you think this car is worth the money, put in a bid and maybe it will stay in your price range at the end of the three days.
[Source: Cars and Bids]