If you remember early 90s Audis, then you might be familiar with this car, a 1993 Audi 100 S4 (or Ur-S4), from a time before the Ingolstadt-based automaker started naming their saloons the A4, A6 and so on.
This example has apparently been fitted with a lot of modifications. Visually, it’s been wrapped in Traffic Grey to cover up the poor condition of the black paintwork. Not exactly a strong selling point, but then again, potential bidders on Bring a Trailer might not mind all that much.
Other exterior mods include the tinted windows, clear front turn signals (for a more European aesthetic), HID headlights (one doesn’t work) and amber auxiliary lighting. A mixed package, sure, but we’re still leaning towards calling it an interesting purchase, especially since it also comes with adjustable shocks, custom coilover setup, 18-inch wheels (from a B7 S4) and a set of Brembo 8-piston calipers sourced from a Lamborghini.
Cabin is all business
Inside, you’ll find black leather seats, an Audi Eurosport steering wheel, suede headliner and door panels, AEM wideband air/fuel gauge, boost gauge, Kenwood CD player with Rockford Fosgate speakers, LED cabin lighting and a fire extinguisher.
While the a/c is said to be working, the blower motor is described as noisy, which can be very annoying and will probably need fixing as soon as possible.
As for the 2.2-liter inline-five engine, aside from having 175,000 miles (281,635 km) on the clock (which stopped working last year) and being mated to a B5 S4-sourced 6-speed manual, it also features a Garrett GT3071R turbo, 440cc injectors, custom intake, K&N air filter, fuel pump relay kit, turbo-back exhaust, new spark plugs and more.
There’s no word whatsoever on its output, but in stock form (which this example obviously isn’t) the single-turbo five-pot churned out 230 PS (227 bhp) and 350 Nm (258 lb-ft) of torque. Right now, the highest bid stands at $5,000, and the auction ends in three days.