At the risk of betraying Daily Turismo's very reason for existence, this post features a car that cannot, in its present state, legally shuttle you to work, the golf course, rehab, or your recommended daily showings of Furious 7 (spoiler alert: it doesn't have any Audi 90 appearances). Stripped and swapped, this Audi 90 Quattro is being sold without a title. However, you could tow it behind one of the many haul-worthy rigs we've featured, or make it street legal by wiring up some lights, or invest in mud flaps and take this Quattro to its natural habitat: a rally course. Find this 1988 Audi 90 Quattro racer for sale in Denver, CO for $3,000 via craigslist.
All-wheel-drive V8 race cars are about as rare as a college diploma at a WWE event. At your local autocross or drag strip, your competition might be some kid in his dad's Charter R/T AWD. Said kid will have a few more horses than you, but you'll undercut his curb weight handily. Audi 90s weighed just under 3,000 pounds - and that's with a full interior. And that Dodge definitely doesn't have the rally heritage of your Ingolstadt-bred chariot, which has to count for something.
PhiLOL actually likes the tuna here, but abhors structural rust. Save the manuals.