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Smaller brother to the Coupe GT 4000 Quattro 80/90 and URQ or UR-Quattro!

  • Make: Audi
  • Model: 4000
  • Type: Sedan
  • Trim: S
  • Year: 1987
  • Mileage: 55,435
  • VIN: Waufb081xha015349
  • Color: Blue
  • Engine size: 1.8
  • Number of cylinders: 4
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: FWD
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Options: Cassette Player, Sunroof
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Reading, Pennsylvania, United States

Description

You are bidding on a 1987 Audi 4000 S with a 1.8L 4 Cylinder engine with an automatic transmission with only 55k original miles and virtuallyno rust!! This was a one owner vehicle from new till the original owner passed away and it was donated to an auction. I bought it and put many hours into it making sure everything worked properly again and completely went over it. Here is a following list of everything that I have done:
New Cat back exhaust, New front brake pads and rotors, brake fluid flush, replaced LR wheel cylinder, rear brake shoes like new, Both outer cv joint boots, both outer tie rod ends, RF wheel bearing and Ball Joint, Drain fuel tank and new fuel filter, flush coolant system along with a new heater valve and replaced with the same G11 Coolant. Fresh Oil Change along with a new Air Filter, New Spark plugs, Cap and Rotor. New Sunroof seal and had the sunroof panel professional painted while off of the car and both the tilt and retract functions work great.
Here is some of the notable things about the car: Both Power mirrors work in all four directions, All power windows work very nice with all of the switches. A/C works great and cold, original power antenna works and power door locks work. Radio works but some of the buttons are a little sticky. The cruise control works great with all of the functions working properly, set, decel, accel and resume. All of the paint appears to be original with no signs of repairs with the exception of the sunroof panel which I painted. Overall the paint is very nice but its certainly not perfect. There are random chips, couple tiny dents and few spots of discoloration, I tried to show as much as I could in the pics in the link below. The Hankook tires are in excellent shape with 8/32 tread up front and 7/32 in the rear, wheels are perfectly straight and balanced and cleaned up really nice inside and out. Original tool bag and jack lives behind the spare tire. I also have a copy of the original title from the original owner that I will include with the car. Originalfront license plate bracket included that was never mounted with no holes in front bumper.
Here are some issues with the car: Clearcoat on the roof behind the sunroof is started to come off which can be seen in the pics. The driver seat side bolster foam is deteriorating and should be sent to anupholster to be built back up and there is also a small hole on the left side. Dash has some cracks in it which can be seen in the pics. The driver side floor mat has a hole where your heal rest and the left side is torn along with the door seal at the bottom where the previous owner drug there foot across while getting in and out. The rear view mirror has some discoloration that can be seen in the additional pics. Also when the title was transfered to me, the mileage reported is slightly off, my title says 55807, the car currently has 55435. Basically at the time of transfer the car had 55307 and they misread the 3 for an 8 on the paperwork. I dont think is a big deal, off by less then 400 miles.
Having owned and owning a URQ and many 4000 quattos, I am very surprised how enjoyable this car is to drive. It drives so nice and smooth. Throw it in drive, set the cruise, crank the A/C and relax. This car is so nice and original especially for its age. I hate to use a word like rare for these cars, but the reality is none of them seemed to be left on the road since not many people took an interest in keeping the FWD 4k face-liftcars going. You really need to see this car in person to appreciate it. Please feel free to ask me any questions and let me know if you would like to schedule a time to look at it in person.

Here is a link to additional pictures: https://www.flickr.com/gp/70751703@N05/sk8Am8