Lot 175

Arizona 2024

1984 Audi Sport quattro

{{lr.item.text}}

$665,000 USD | Sold

United States Flag | Phoenix, Arizona

{{internetCurrentBid}}

{{internetTimeLeft}}


language
Chassis No.
WAUZZZ85ZEA905147
Documents
US Title
  • One of just 214 Sport Quattros constructed
  • Believed to be one of the only examples delivered new to Japan
  • Exceptionally preserved condition
  • Displaying just 8,806 kilometers (5,472 miles) at cataloguing time
  • Powered by a 2.1-liter turbocharged five-cylinder engine
  • Presented in white over gray leather with cloth Recaro sport seats
  • Accompanied by tools, jack, owner’s manual, import documents, and service invoices

With its all-wheel-drive technology and lightweight composite body panels, the Audi Sport Quattro was well ahead of its time and one of the period’s quickest cars, dominating competition in rally racing spec.

This road-going Sport Quattro is believed to be one of few examples sold new to Japan. The consignor, a former North American Rally Championship driver, acquired the car from a subsequent owner nearly a decade ago and has continued its high standard of care. Since his acquisition, the Sport Quattro has been meticulously stored, maintained, and run monthly in his climate-controlled facility, which formerly served as his rally team’s headquarters. Adding just over 600 kilometers (373 miles) during his tenure, the consignor entrusted the car to both Anderson Motorsport of Chanhassen, Minnesota and Audi of St. Paul, Minnesota for service and preventative maintenance. A set of tools, jack, owner’s and service manual, radio manual, import documents, former bills of sale, and service invoices accompany the sale.

Rarely offered for public sale in any condition, Audi Sport Quattros are quickly acquired and cloistered away by discerning collectors. Melding an exceptional level of preservation with fascinating provenance, this Sport Quattro is truly remarkable, even among its kind, making it especially desirable to marque enthusiasts and rally-racing devotees.