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Could this Clean Audi 200 Avant Quattro be your ’90s Flashback

Before the Audi S4 Avant, if you wanted a fast (sort of), fun wagon with four rings on its grille, you had to go for this — the Audi 200 Avant Quattro. With its 2.2 liter turbocharged five-cylinder, similar to the famous Quattro engine, it put out just over 200 hp. While that’s not a ton, it’s enough to be fun. Plus, the 200 Avant was just such a cool daily driver. Hell, it still is. Which is why this specific example that just went up for auction on Bring-A-Trailer is so enticing.

 

This 1991 Audi 200 Avant Quattro just hit BaT and not only is it great shape but it’s also been given a few modifications to make it that much better. For instance, its been given APR head studs, a new turbocharger and a Magnaflow exhaust, just to give it that extra edge. Its five-speed manual gearbox also received a SPEC Stage II clutch, to help send power to its Quattro all-wheel drive system.

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To help it handle better than a stock, 1991 Audi wagon, it’s been given a new set of Bilstein shocks, Ur S4 Fuchs wheels and modern Continental tires.

 

This specific Audi 200 Avant Quattro is painted in Pearl White Metallic and has a black interior. There are only 154,000 miles shown on the odometer, which is great for such an old car. It also seems to be in fantastic condition, with only a few minor cosmetic issues on the outside, such as evidence of paint work on the rear hatch and some rock chips at the front.

 

At the time of writing this, the bid is already up to $5,500 and there are still seven days left on the bid. We fully expect it to reach numbers that probably are too high for such a car. Still, this Audi 200 Avant Quattro will be an awesome, interesting and very fun daily driver for years to come.

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[Source: Bring-A-Trailer]
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Nico DeMattia

I've been in love with cars since I was a kid, specifically German cars. Now I get to drive them talk about them on the internet.