1935 AUDI 225 CABRIOLET

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1935 AUDI 225 CABRIOLET

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Production Years: 1935-1938
Country: Germany
Number Produced: 2,591 (all models)

The Audi Front 220 was Europe’s first car to combine front-wheel drive with a six-cylinder engine. In production for just under two years it was replaced in 1935 by the Audi Front 225 featuring a larger 2241 cc engine. Built until April 1938 sales continued into 1939. From 1933 through 1939, the Front was the only volume production Audi.

After a long search for a restorable car, our Audi was found outside of Lakeland Florida where it sat rusting away for 50 years. A six year resurrection process by our highly skilled team produced the beautifully saved work of art you see today.

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