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Audi 100 LS — 1969

Första stora Audin, som utvecklades under VW:s ledning. Blev snabbt populär och en stor framgång. Få tidiga som denna, i så fint skick finns kvar.

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Bilen köptes hösten 2002 och har sedan dess vårdats av entusiastisk ägare, har för det mesta förvarats i garage. Den lackerades om för 5-6 år sedan och har kvar fin glans.
Audin säljes för dödsbos räkning.

Technical data

  • Year
  • Registration date
  • Mileage
    46397 km 
  • Registration Number
  • Chassis Number
  • Kw / hp
    74 / 100 
  • Fuel Type
  • Transmission
  • Interior finish
  • Colour


  • Mechanical condition:

    Går bra.

  • Interior condition:

    Hel och fin inredning, något sliten förarstol. Reglage till motorhuvsöppning defekt.

  • Exterior condition:

    En äldre lackering i originalkulör har klarat sig fint. Några småskador på kromlister.

  • General condition:

    Bilen ger ett fräscht och rejält intryck, ingen synlig rost.

MOT (tech. insp.)

Fordonsstatus: Itrafik 2012-06-25
Ursprungsbesiktning: 1969-11-07 (typbes)
Datum i trafik första gången: 1969-11-07
Besiktigad tom: -
Senast godkända besiktning: 2018-08-22
Körförbud: Nej
Skattebefriad: Ja
Årsskatt: -
Antal ägare: 4

Facts about the model

Audi 100 C1 (1968-1976) The first Audi 100, developed by Volkswagen's subsidiary Auto Union at Ingolstadt, was shown to the press as a four-door sedan November 1968. Its name originally denoting a power output of 100 PS, the Audi 100 was the company's largest car. The C1 platform spawned several variants: the Audi 100 two- and four-door saloons, and the Audi 100 Coupé S, a fastback coupé, which bore a resemblance to the Aston Martin DBS released a year earlier, especially at the rear end, including details such as the louvres behind the rear side windows and the shape of the rear light clusters.
Audi followed up the introduction of the four-door saloon in November 1968 with a two-door saloon in October 1969 and the 100 Coupé S in autumn 1970. The cars' 1.8 litre four-cylinder engines originally came in base 100 (80 PS or 59 kW or 79 hp), 100 S (90 PS or 66 kW or 89 hp), and 100 LS (100 PS or 74 kW or 99 hp) versions, while the Coupé was driven by a bored-out 1.9 litre developing 115 PS (85 kW; 113 hp). From April 1970 the 100 LS could be ordered with a three-speed automatic transmission sourced from Volkswagen.
Ingolstadt production line was at full capacity, but supply fell short of demand that during the summer of 1970 an additional production line for Audi 100s was set up in Volkswagen's own Wolfsburg plant, which made it the first water-cooled car to be produced in Germany's (and by some criteria the world's) largest car plant. Starting with the 1972 model year, the 80 and 90 PS versions were replaced by a new regular-petrol-variant of the 1.8 litre engine the 100 GL was introduced featuring the 1.9 liter engine formerly used only in the Coupé S.
In March 1971 the 500,000th Audi was produced. By now the Audi 100 had become the most commercially successful model in the company's history. In 1976 the two millionth Audi was built, of which the 100 represented 800,000 cars.

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