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If you were a kid when the Audi ur quattro was ripping up the rally scene then you likely remember a day when the toy designers at Radio Shack were a bit more worldly - pushing R/C cars like the Martini Porsche 935 or Audi's own quattro... well before the monster truck cheese peddled today. If you remember those days and care to revisit them, we've found just the thing(s).
Okay, to be fair, this isn't the first RS2-converted Audi coupe we've ever seen on the market. However, this one stands out more than any other we can ever remember for one very good reason.... consistency. We've NEVER seen an Audi coupe built to essentially RS 2 replica standards as this one has.
For those who don't know, the RS 2 was essentially an Audi S2 Avant massaged by Porsche
Let's face it, unless they're an ur quattro, pristine Audis from the B2 generation have simply disappeared. Short of the ur with its then exotic pricing north of the Porsche 911, the squarish B2s were bought and driven... well, not all of them. We've just found perhaps the nicest example of an early small bumper Coupe GT we've ever seen.
This 1983 GT is located in Wall, NJ and features a hair over 7,000 miles on the
The B7 S4 has always been one of our favorite S-cars and we've just found one very nice example on Ebay. A 2008 this car features only 405 miles and features the rare sport appearance package that used components from the European A4 DTM model complete with real carbon fiber accents. The carbon looks particularly good compared with the car's dark grey paint.
More after the jump.
For those Audi enthusiasts who are also bike buffs, this NSU motorcycle we've found on Ebay should peak your interest. This 1956 250cc Max by the defunct NSU marque owned by Audi is in surprisingly pristine and surprisingly original condition. The bike's logged a reported 29,500 miles and is surprisingly located in Owasso, OK (USA). Check it out after the jump.
Here's something you don't see every day. Take one DKW Munga, built by Auto Union during the 50s primarily for military use. Paint it yellow, fit it with mudder tires and rally lights, swap in an aircooled VW boxer four and you have one very unique beach buggy. We've just found this beast for sale in Fort Lauderdale, FL and listed on Ebay.
Bidding is only at about $3K but there is a reserve so we've emailed the owner