1995 Audi Cabriolet 2.0 E (B4)

No Reserve

90's rag-top Audi 80 based cabriolet with 2.0 power and manual 'box; electric roof and leather interior from 11 year ownership

Supplied new by Executive Motors of St. Albans in October 1995 this eye-catching B4 generation Audi Cabriolet features the more frugal 2.0 litre inline four-cylinder engine driving the front wheels through 5-speed manual transmission and rides on a set of attractive 5-spoke 17inch alloy wheels with electric black Mohair hood and two-tone half leather red and black interior – quite the 90’s eyeful.

Showing 101,825 miles the car has recently had an instrument binnacle change due to failure, the old one in the boot which indicated 119,776 miles. The history file for the car includes V5C, showing out now deceased owner purchased the car in October 2010 with 8 previous owners, 14 old MOTs, the current indicated 119,776 miles at the time of test in August 2020, thus we assume the speedo to have failed around this time and so replaced with that fitted. The MOT expires August 2021 with two minor advisories recorded for wear to Macpherson strut bush wear on both front sides.

Furthermore, the service book contains 4 stamps plus 1 handwritten entry, the last stamp by Parkinson Motor services in August 2004 at 93,141 miles with supporting invoice with a selection of other sundry parts bills including timing belt kit in September 2020, Sorn docs, old V5 bits, private plate change docs and vehicle purchase receipts present too.

A nice, usable and surprisingly practical Modern Classic cabriolet on offer at No Reserve, so the highest bid takes it away.

For more information contact - will.daniels@brightwells.com

Reg No: N795EKX
Chassis Number: WAUZZZ8GZTA000404
Engine Number: ABK259717
Engine Size: 1984
Docs: V5C; service book with 4 stamps; sundry bills; 14 old MOTs; current MOT August 2021 with 2 advisories; old dash unit

Lot 109

Lot ended

Wednesday 23/06/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

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