Seven Days of Dream Car Garages: Day Five by Sami Haj-Assaad

Seven Days of Dream Car Garages: Day Five by Sami Haj-Assaad
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6. 1983 Audi Ur-Quattro

There’s a lot of special cars on this list, but the Audi Ur-Quattro is probably one of the most legendary. With 23 World Rally Championship wins, a Pikes Peak win, an International Motor Sports Association win and complete domination of the 1989 Trans Am season, the Quattro was a monster of a rally car. The turbocharged five-cylinder engine was also legendary, making a unique noise that is just iconic of Audi’s rallying heritage.

The production car is a rare sight to see. Out of the mere 763 vehicles bought in North America, it’s hard to find one in still road-worthy condition, or one that hasn’t been modified for racing. Regardless, a running and capable Ur-Quattro seems like the right car for when the heavy winter lands!

  • Johnny Tightlips

    What year is this guy living in? There are more cars from the ’60s and ’70s on this list than anything else. Get with it!

  • Acha_larka

    The only intelligent list on here… all the others had stupid cars that don’t even exist.

  • J Mack

    Is it just me or are these lists sorely lacking in awesome American cars? Way to hate America, fuckers.

  • huwtm

    Why was the open top (one off because Connery was to tall for it) cooler? The coupes lines are perfect.