2001 Audi S4 Sedan
While the Horch automobile company and Horch himself, started on a
wrong note, they decided to mend ways sometime in 1932. Audi
decided to form the Auto Union with Horch company, DKW and
Wandered. Each company got their own market segment, Horch for
high-end luxury cars, Audi for deluxe cars, Wanderer stuck with
standard mid-size cars and DKW decided to go with small cars and
motorcycles. And hence four rings depict the Auto Union of 4
On the floor of our massive showroom that are now graced with the
presence of our first AUDI, and this one happens to be a very
special German wolf in sheep clothing. A mere 8,000 miles since a
full rotisserie restoration with lots of added modifications and
this car is extremely fast and nimble. Many hours spent on
performance, and upgrades, and all I can say now is SCHNELL!!
Draped in Brilliant Black, this car retains all of its original
look. Integrated bumpers, aerodynamically designed headlights, a
rounded front grille, swept back windshield, and perfectly aligned
doors and wrap around rear quarter lets you cut through any Passat
(and that does not mean VW!). A snazzy sunroof retracts to let the
sky in on the roof, and sexy 18-inch Enkei wheels adorn all 4
Making the other two seats jealous, a Recaro all leather all black
bucket seat is reserved for the pilot. Others are left with a
snazzy two-tone gray insert tuck and roll with black bolsters and
not to be too outdone, in leather and suede. Vibrant red
instruments glow on a black background in front of the original
steering wheel. This has an Aquamist gauge to keep track of the
twin turbos underneath the hood in front. In the center of the
seats is a CAE German shifter, and just above a Bluetooth sound
system this is only out shouted by the engine. The headliner which
frames the sunroof is nice and tight above, and the black carpet
which floods the floor is tidy with no stains or fading.
You are going to want to stick around for this on. At a consigner
stated 724hp this new 3.0 Liter V6 with twin Tial 770R turbos is a
piece of German engineering jewelry that adorns the engine bay and
sports a mere 8,000 plus miles on it since being installed. This
engine has been ported and polished and started out as a 2.8 Liter
CS with 30V heads. Electronic fuel injection works with the Tial
770R twin turbos to feed fuel and fossils to the mill at an
alarming rate. A C90 6-speed transmission in manual form is
strapped to the back of this healthy mill and pushes power back to
a 4.11 rear. This only scratches the surface and a complete build
sheet will come with the car detailing every move made with the
ultimate intention to be to race this car in an SCCA class.
Unbelievably clean and rust-free underneath, with not even a hint
of surface rust on any structural part. Porsche Cayenne disc brakes
are all around and beefed up independent suspension is all around.
The bottom end of the engine shows nary a drip of any oil and is
dry as a bone overall. Obviously well cared for.
When someone says race car, I say we shall see, and this car did
not disappoint. Started right up and let me tell you for free it
has plenty of power! The car handles very well, slides into turns
nicely, and has great braking, which with 724 horses going to all
four wheels is extremely important. A goer and a shower it has won
multiple awards, and is a nice comfortable cruiser to boot. Just
don't let anyone fool with you or they will be very sorry.
This is German engineering on steroids, with its Recaro seat,
healthy re-engineered mill, Tila racing shifter attached to the
6-speed, twin turbos, and Cayenne brakes we give you an Auto Union
of parts that make up a respectable race car. Summit Point here we
D-2.7L V6 Bi-Turbo
6-Manual Belts, Front, Side & Head Airbags
A-Ingolstadt Assy Plant
135422-Sequential Unit Number
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special
interest automobile showroom, featuring over 450 vehicles for sale
with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle
barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown,
Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia
on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is
www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914.
Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the
vehicle in person.