Lot 827-1987 Audi 4000 RS2


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This 1987 Audi 4000 Turbo comes with an extensive list of upgrades, all while managing to retain a semi-stock appearance. The heart of the car is a swapped, tuned turbo 20V five cylinder, and supporting suspension and braking mods help make the most of all the new power. The seller claims more than $60k into the build, with less than 4,000 miles added since completion, further calling it “sorted” and “dependable.” The car looks glossy and straight, with straight bodywork and tight panel fit front to back. The ad notes a small pimple in the middle of the hood, however. Euro spec Cibie lights are fitted up front, and wheels wearing aggressive looking tread conceal Porsche 993 Turbo calipers squeeze Audi A8 rotors, and Koni filled coilovers are fitted at each corner. Wheels are perhaps visually just a tad big, but are almost certainly needed to clear those massive stoppers, and the chunky six-spoke design is certainly appropriate for an Audi. Recaro SRD’s greet you upon opening the door, and look like they have more than enough bolstering to keep passengers planted securely. A Momo steering wheel, pedal kit, and shift knob are other notable upgrades, and a Blau short shift kit has been fitted. Surfaces appear tidy and well kept, and there doesn’t seem to be any evidence of heavy damage or neglect. The instrument cluster looks clean and easy to read, and all accessories are reported to be in working order. A turbocharged  20-valve five was donated from a 1995 S6, and i said to have had 65k miles at the time of swap. It runs an RS2 intake and exhaust manifold, and a Garrett turbo provides the boost. Other upgrades include a 2Bennett aluminum radiator, intercooler, clutch disc, pressure plate, aluminum flywheel, and downpipe. A stainless exhaust exhales through a Stebro low-restriction muffler, and is said to have a nice, balanced sound. The water pump, timing belt, and oil pump are new items, and all suspension bushings are fresh underneath.