Find of the Day: 1991 Audi Coupe quattro

[gallery link="none" columns="1" size="full" ids="63475"] words: Bill, photos: matt_20v via Bring A Trailer I remember seeing a Coupe quattro for the first time way back when (I'm old) and being mesmerized by it. Today, I get the same feeling because that design is so timeless and beautiful...and few and far between. I used to see one run around town the last several years but it has disappeared. Did the owner move? Was the Coupe wrecked? Did they sell it? Who knows but it's a sorely missed sigh...

Find of the Day: 1991 Audi Coupe quattro S2/RS2-ish

words: Bill, photos: Bring A Trailer First of all, I have to say this is how you do an ad for a car. Lots of details, lots of clear photos that are actually in focus. I'm kicking the idea around of picking up a car for my youngest son and the ads I've seen...well, let's just say a kindergartner could do better. Second, Holy Snikes! This 1991 Coupe quattro showed up today on that fabulous website, Bring A Trailer. I really have to stop looking at BaT because it's very tempting to blow the...

The Hoonigan Coupe quattro Lives!

When last we left Brian Scotto and his ten years dead Coupe quattro, he'd pulled it out of its dusty resting place in the back of the Hoonigan Donut Garage and had begun to work on it. An intervention by his fellow team of Hoonigan on-air YouTube mates had reminded him the car wasn't getting any younger.... and Scotto got the message. It seems the overall plans for the car are a bit grand. Think high horsepower, a cage, and basically some sort of rally weapon... which certainly grabs our ...

Head Hoonigan Has Coupe quattro Affliction

If you're a fan of the car hobby and spend any time on YouTube, then you've probably already come across Brian Scotto. As a partner in Ken Block's businesses including the Hoonigan brand and YouTube channel, Brian gets around the car scene just fine. He's also got a serious car affliction that seems to have begun with a B3 quattro. Scotto's car interest ranges. From one of the first RWB 911s built in the USA, to a matte Chevy Nova big in the Hot Rod world, to many, many more... Brian's go...