GhiaMonster Reader
3/28/16 7:50 a.m.

I know I have put this up here before, but now cheaper than ever. Basically buying a set of nice BBS wheels with really good Bridgestone Potenzas and getting a car attached to them for free. ’91 Audi 200 with 283k miles. Some failure of the ignition system keeps it from running on rainy days, but fires right up when dry. My days of troubleshooting VAG electrical issues are hopefully behind me for good. Currently has a 15 gallon fuel cell and high pressure pump properly installed in the trunk.

$400 for everything $350 for wheels and tires

IndyJoe HalfDork
3/28/16 8:01 a.m.

Sounds like a Really good deal....

Pics aren't working for me... Nothing shown.

GhiaMonster Reader
3/28/16 10:27 a.m.

My failure with pictures is likely from trying to use Google. Links for now until I fight with it more

Stefan (Not Bruce)
Stefan (Not Bruce) MegaDork
3/28/16 10:52 a.m.

Wish you were closer, but that's a hell of a deal for someone!

keithj New Reader
3/29/16 10:52 a.m.

Bolt pattern on this?

IndyJoe HalfDork
3/29/16 11:05 a.m.

GhiaMonster Reader
3/29/16 11:13 a.m.

Bolt pattern is the not very common outside Audi 5 X 112. Wheels are actually off a 2002 A6 Sport

Indy Joe what did I do wrong in my first attempt at posting pics?

IndyJoe HalfDork
3/29/16 11:23 a.m.

I'm using Mozilla Firefox Browser others may vary.

Here's the "trick" to Hotlinking them: 1. I clicked on the link you have in your original post 2. Once that's opened, click on the picture to get it to enlarge 3. Next Right click on Picture, menu pops up 4. select "Copy Image Location"

Now start your new posting, and click the icon of the camera above all those "smiley" faces. When the dialog box pops up, paste the link (I use control + V) in the box and hit the OK button.


GhiaMonster Reader
3/30/16 1:12 p.m.

Hmm, I attempted the camera link the first time. I suspect it had something to do with permission for the album I was sharing as I was logged into gmail at the time. Thanks

garaithon Reader
3/30/16 6:11 p.m.

Manual or auto?

markwemple SuperDork
3/30/16 8:14 p.m.

Manual. The 1st Audi quattro with a auto was the 1990 V8

GhiaMonster Reader
3/31/16 1:14 p.m.

Thanks Mark. Yes 5 speed manual, Quattro with vacuum locking rear diff (factory)

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