The Chicago Car Club is interested in classic cars of all makes and models, especially a Audi 75 Variant. We make the process of selling your Audi 75 Variant quick and painless. In just a matter of hours we will have your classic valued and, if you do so choose, turned into money in your pocket. All it takes is a phone call or electronic inquiry to get the ball rolling.
The first post-war Audi emerged in 1965 as a hybrid of the DKW F 102, which had a 2-stroke engine and a 4-stroke engine, which was developed for military purposes by Mercedes-Benz. It was put into production by Auto Union. The Auto Union Audi was introduced at the 1965 International Motor Show, under the simple model designation “Audi”.
The Audi Variant had a folding rear bench seat and a flat load area with a size of 1.9 square metres. It was one of the world’s first station wagons. An optional children’s bench seat could also be fitted in the “third row” which faced backwards. The storage in the back made it the perfect family car, for everything from family outings to carrying home the groceries.
The 75 L Variant had front wheel drive and a front positioned engine.It had a 3 door estate/station wagon body style. It was powered by a carbureted engine with a 1.7 litre capacity. It used overhead valve valve gear, 4 cylinder layout with 2 valves per cylinder. It produced 75 bhp (76 PS/56 kW) of power at 5000 rpm, and maximum torque of 127 N·m (94 lb·ft/13 kgm) at 3000 rpm. A 4 speed manual transmission was used. Stated weight at the curb was 1040 kg. It got its stopping power from front discs and rear drum brakes. It had a top speed of 93 mph.
The station wagon design was quite popular and the 75 variant stayed in production until 1975. The hatchback station wagon design was copied for decades by manufacturers all over the world.
8 cylinder 3506 cc engine
Rear wheel drive