1998 Audi Cabriolet S2 Roadster Rs2 Coupe Rare Euro 1/1 Sport 5 Speed Stanced on 2040-cars
Portland, Oregon, United States
1998 Audi Cabriolet Roadster one of a kind. Stanced with 17x10's around.
Last year of the Cabriolet in the USA till 2002 when they started
importing here again. Cabriolet is its own platform. Kinda between a B3
Coupe Quattro and B4. This one is Completely Customized. In Europe a lot
of people have customized these cars. You wont find anything like this
in the USA. Plates good till 10/2015. So much has been done to this car.
Its and ready to go!
Perfect Low Mile 1998 Audi Cabriolet with 63k miles. V6 2.8L. Runs like
new. Everything has been done to this car was done right. Very Rare
Brock Car Fashion Wheels were imported from Germany and are 17x10 all
the way around! Car needs front tires as they are at the wear mark. Rear
Tires are 60%. 245 rear/235 front. All 4 fenders were professionally
rolled out to allow for these. Retaining plastic wheel well protectors..
New Paint at the same time complete. The convertibles all came with Automatic Transmissions in the USA and
the cabriolet body style was used till 1998 here in the USA, but they
sold til 2001 in europe in this body style. A lot of the S2 B3/B4 RS2/S2
B4 parts bolt on this car. A completely bullet proof B5 tall 5th gear
manual transmission swap with all stock interior and mechanical parts
was done with a 034 Short Shift kit installed. Shifting like a new car.
This changes the entire drive of this car and gives a top end of 150mph.
The 4 speed Automatics sucked and the gearing made them slugs. Now the
car has some real power with the manual 5 speed! Plus I get almost 30mpg
on the hwy! Shifts like a brand new car, clutch is perfect. Also used
the Manual heater controls instead of the auto climate control crap
which keeps the A/C on when in use. This has the button for A/C and it
works perfect. Anyone who knows these years isnt fond of the auto
climate control system and its problems.. All interior parts swapped
except rear seat. VERY RARE Recaro sport seats, driver seat recovered.
Interior is in perfect condition, soft and like new. Manual lever for
front to back and manual spin handle for tilt with power button for
height. Everything on this car works as it should except cruise
control(typical Audi problem). Power windows, power top, mirrors, locks,
factory alarm, remote key-less entry. mirrors are new(heated), European RS2
projector HID headlights with levelers. Front and Rear fog-lights.
Completely badge-less. Complete and impossible to find S2 White Gauges,
cluster, etc. Works perfectly. New OEM shift boot, knob, Audi Sport Steering
Wheel. H&R suspension, Complete Cat back Magna-flow exhaust that
sounds perfect. Dual Chrome tip as well. Euro RS2 front and rear
bumpers. Blacked out S grill. Complete Paint done with a lot of the work
done almost 4 years ago. Car has under 10k miles since then. Alpine
Stereo with Alpine speakers thru out including door tweeters. I-pod
hookup, usb, and auxiliary. Won 1st place at 2013 Pacific Waterland Car
Show in Convertible Class and 2nd place in B4/B5 Class! Euro Plate on
front is the prize given from that show. Car needs nothing but a new
home with a garage!! Car has no problems, no dents, no issues, starts
right up no matter how long it sits. Top is perfect. The back vinyl
window is cloudy so that is the only thing i can think of that you can
replace sometime to see better out of it.
Original owners manuals, etc also come with the car.
I also think that putting a 20VT would be something I was going to do
someday and also maybe coilovers. Just food for thought. If someone was
ambitious, take the quattro from a b4 90 quattro or B3 coupe quattro and
make it a quattro 20VT S2 Cabriolet!
KBB is 8K, but with what has been done I think my price is right.
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Audi Cabriolet for Sale
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Thu, 31 Jan 2013 15:44:00 EST
After Sunday's big game, YouTube will be the place to watch every commercial that you missed when you left your seat for an emergency guac refill or, as we say in Cleveland, took the Browns to the Super Bowl. That makes YouTube the nation's water cooler on Monday, and it's got some preliminary stats to share in the lead up to kickoff.
Mon, 24 Feb 2014 08:29:00 EST
As you know, Super Bowl advertisers, particularly automakers, like to endlessly tease their big budget commercials in the weeks before the game, many times revealing them outright days in advance. Because of this, YouTube can tell us which commercials have been viewed the most so far, and their top five list is all automakers.
Kaley Cuoco appears to have been a good investment for Toyota, as her ad for the RAV4 has garnered the most YouTube views - six million and counting - among Super Bowl commercials so far. Second place goes to Mercedes-Benz, though not its actual Super Bowl commercial, but rather the teaser for it. You know, the one with Kate Upton and the car washing, which is up to 5.6 million views. Third place is Audi's Prom commercial (3.3M views), fourth goes to Volkswagen's slightly controversial Get In, Get Happy ad (3.3M views), and the fifth and final spot is bookended by the teaser video for Kaley Cuoco's commercial (3.2M views). You can watch all five in order below.
Audi's high-performance S models have forged a reputation in the US for offering wonderful driving dynamics in a package that doesn't scream, "I bought a sport sedan." However, its even higher-performance RS models are still somewhat of a rarity here. While the RS5 and RS7 are in the current US lineup, many of the wild RS models that Europe gets, like the RS6 Avant (pictured above), never make it to these shores. Unfortunately, that might not be changing anytime soon with the next-gen RS4.
Fri, 10 Jan 2014 17:00:00 EST
The RS4 will follow the lead of the next BMW M3/M4 and (rumored) next Mercedes-Benz C-Class AMG and make the switch to a smaller turbocharged powerplant. According to an Audi insider speaking to Car and Driver, the next RS4 will drop the last generation's 4.2-liter V8 in favor of a turbocharged V6. The engine block will likely be shared with the supercharged 3.0-liter V6 in the regular S4 but fitted with two turbochargers. Power would likely be around 400 horsepower to match the 425-hp M3 and rumored 450-hp C-Class AMG.
Unfortunately, the RS might not make it across the pond to our waiting hands because the source says no decision has been made to export them yet. Obviously, we hope that Audi makes the right decision and brings the next RS4 here.
The Detroit Auto Show media preview kicks off on Monday, which means the time is just about ripe for previously embargoed images and information to start leaking out onto the web in a major way. Case in point is this Allroad Shooting Brake from Audi, a seemingly close-to-production vehicle that may foreshadow the styling of the upcoming Audi TT, or hint at the looks of a Q1, or both.
The TT bit may seem far fetched, but we do know that Audi has used a small wagon concept to preview the design of an upcoming TT before - back in 2006 before the release of the gen-two car. We also fully anticipate the Q1 to be breaking cover sooner rather than later, so the safe money is that the concept closely resembles what that production vehicle will ultimately look like, though perhaps with a bit more height overall.
And, frankly, be it a TT or Q1 or both, we like what we're seeing. Sharp character lines on a rounded body form follow the idiom of the current TT rather nicely, while the big-wheels-at-all-corners stance plays into the sporting character we'd expect from any small Audi. Inside, we see the same Virtual Cockpit, MMI controller, and vents that we recently took in at CES, though with a slightly different steering wheel (with the starter button built right in). Tidy work here, too.