1992 Audi 100S
The car you see pictured below is a 1992 Audi 100S. I bought it in May of 1995, with 49k miles on it. It now has 208k miles on it... and is still going strong!! It is just being "broken in"!!.
It is Titanium with a black leather interior. It has the cold-weather package, which includes my favorite option: heated seats. Once you "toast your buns" on a cold winter morning, you'll be spoiled and never want to own a car without them. The package also includes heated mirrors and door locks, and headlight washers (which also are a great feature, and a "blast" to watch in action!!).
It is the front-wheel drive version, with a 2.8L V-6 engine. The engine, with 10.3:1 compression, puts out 172 h.p. at 5500 rpm and 184 ft. lbs. of torque at 3000 rpm. It's power is best described as "adequate". It is not a stop-light racer by any means, but it loves the highway, and it handles superbly. It is the best car I've ever owned. In fact, I've taken it out on the "track", with the QCUSA, for two years at Lime Rock Park in Connecticut. Pictures can be seen here: Lime Rock '97
So, what else can I tell you? Well, I've:
I recently put up a page about repairs and maintenance.
It is work in process... but there is some good info about recent maintenance items that I've done.
Click on the following link: 12v V6 Fix
If you have any questions about all that, feel free to e-mail me.
For more info on most of this "stuff", click on the associated links or go back to my Audi Audi Audi Audi home page, where I have some other links to sites for product info and such.
Now... here are the pictures!!!
Shown here with the Borbet Type R rims.
Shown here with the Borbet Type H rims.
Note the de-badging and the pinstriped taillights.
Note the Hella XLs mounted on the front bumper.
These two shots show the effect of the lowering from the Eibachs.
The 1972 Porsche 911T belongs to Josh Pinkert.
Close-ups of the Borbet Type R rims and ATE Power Discs.
A close-up of the Borbet Type H and slotted rotor.
I have since put snow tires on these rims (not shown here), and ATE Power Disc rotors (not shown here).
Taken a few years ago at a QCUSA driving school at LimeRock Park
This needs no explanation...
These pictures more clearly show the placement of the CB radio and microphone (since removed).
These two were taken at the Apache Court Motel in Colorado Springs, during Audi-Fest '97.
(Photos courtesy of Tom Nas)