1988 Audi 100 CD – Today’s Bargain Tempter

By: James Robinson, Unique Cars magazine

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1988 Audi 100 CD 1988 Audi 100 CD

Looks very tidy

The Audi 100 series is a full-sized family sedan that was built between 1968 and 1994 and spanned four generations of production.

The third generation of the 100, known as the C3, was built between 1982 and 1991 in Audi’s Neckarsulm plant in Germany. However, the C3 was also assembled in China by FAW-VW and Hongqi.

Power came from a 1.8lt inline four-cylinder or a vast array of five-cylinder donk’s, both petrol and diesel powered, that varied in sizes of displacement and included a 1.9lt, 2.0lt, 2.1lt, 2.2lt, 2.3lt, 2.4lt and 2.5lt.

Power was sent to either the front wheels or all four wheels via either a four or five-speed manual or a three or four-speed automatic transmission.

This particular 100 is a ’88 model with the 2.3lt, petrol powered five-cylinder donk and three-speed automatic ‘box.

According to the seller, the vehicle presents in amazing condition both inside and out and has an original 99,012 kilometres on the clock from new.

The 100 is $5000 and anyone interested in this Germanic sedan can view the full listing here

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