Wednesday, March 10, 2010

1984 Audi Coupe GT

At $4250.00, this is one of the more expensive stock Audi Coupe GTs I've seen. Still, it may be a bargain.

There are probably very few Audi Coupe GTs out there in this kind of condition. This is a two-owner car with 53,000 miles on it. The original owner, "an older gentlemen", kept it until 2007 (and kept a log of every every gas fill-up and oil change). The seller, a self described "avid collector of the best low-mile German classic cars available, especially Audis", bought it from him with 47,000 miles on it.

The seller has "gone over the car very carefully, replacing any worn parts with new 100% German components". He states "The engine bay is very clean and dry, and the trunk looks like new with the spare never touching the ground. There has never been any rust on this car." Included with the car are the factory window sticker, manuals, factory keys, all service and repair records.

Maybe because they're overshadowed by the similar looking and spectacular performing Coupe Quattro, these cars don't sell for much now. The typical price a for good 100,000+ mile car is between $2000.00 and $2500.00. This car is way above "good" and, if it is everything the seller says it is, it's probably worth every cent of the $4250.00 asking price. It would be tough, if not impossible, to find another one like it.

Located in Nashville, TN, click here to see the Craigslist ad.

2 comments:

Jon said...

What a fine ride. The ones I usually see either have over 150K on the clock - or mechanical issues of one sort or another.

While it lacks those huge "Audi circle" door logos, the red paint and the lip spoiler will result in the next owner being confronted with lots of well intentioned people who are sure to say "Nice Quattro."

I would pull the spoiler and give it a respray in another color just to keep my sanity.

Anonymous said...

This is the same model/color I had back in the day. I once had all 4 wheels off the ground at 100 mph. The stupid things I did as a kid...wish I had still. I used to get the "Is that a Quattro?" coment as well.