-German first registration
-Fully galvanized body
-Original audi alloywheels
-Since 2005 as part of a collection of an Audi dealer
-Timing belt, V-belt,oil, oil-filter, air-filter, fuel-filter, radiator , distributor cap renewed
-Original condition, not tinkered
-A lifetime-daily driver
Unforgotten: The TV spot in which an Audi 100 drives up the Pitkävuori ski jump in Kaipola, Finland. It was the 3rd generation of the Audi 100, internally called C3 or Type 44, which was launched in 1982 and is still known today for its economy, high build quality and durability: mileages in excess of 500,000 km are not uncommon. The “aerodynamics world champion” among the series-production vehicles achieved the astonishing drag coefficient of only 0.30. Its body was initially approx. 35% galvanized and from 1985 onwards completely galvanized. One year after its introduction, the Avant joined the lineup, now as a station wagon, not a hatchback sedan as in the C2. In January 1990, the TDI engine was introduced, a diesel engine with direct injection: Audi is considered the pioneer of this technology. The C3 was offered with a total of 20 different engine variants. The choice of equipment combinations was also very large. In 1990, the manufacturer presented the Audi duo, a production-ready hybrid test vehicle based on the Audi 100 Avant quattro, which had a 2.3-liter five-cylinder combustion engine with 100 kW (136 bhp) and a DC engine.
A total of just under 1.1 million type C3 vehicles were produced, comparatively many of which are in the hands of enthusiasts. It is also worth mentioning that the C3 was produced under license in China until 1999.