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Check under the rear of the car you should be able to see the rear differential. it is the aluminium finned item between the rear wheels If you don't have on then you definitely don't have a quattro, you should also check the VIN to make sure. The driveshaft it self is kinda hard to see depending on the angle. If your car was sold to you as a quattro ...
All Audi Qauttro's have a driveshaft that connects the front differential with the rear differential. Your car does not have 4wd if it does not have a driveshaft. In my country (Denmark) you can add the car to your profile at https://my.audi.com and add the VIN of the car. Then you can see all information about the car including factory installed options ...
Here is a listing of Audi wheel fitment I pulled from this site: Model Year PCD Offset Bore 100 90 to 94 5×112 35 to 45 57.1 200 90 to 94 5×112 40 to 45 57.1 80 92 to 95 4×108 35 to 45 57.1 90 92 to 95 4×108 35 to 45 57.1 A2 00 on 5×100 38 to 45 57.1 ...
To answer your question, it seems like you didn't buy a Quattro. You bought a FWD car, unless Audi invented some way of transferring power without a drive shaft :(. You might want to talk to the person you bought it from, and bring it to their attention.
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