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Re: 87 4000CS ?
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Subject: Re: 87 4000CS ?
- From: email@example.com (Mike Burton)
- Date: Wed, 5 Oct 1994 19:03:42 +0000
- In-Reply-To: Mark Salem's message as of Oct 5, 11:29am.
- Reply-To: quattro
- Sender: quattro-owner
On 5 Oct, 11:29am, Mark Salem wrote:
> Subject: Re: 87 4000CS ?
> Actually, as far as I know, all 4000S and CS non-quattros were 4-cyl.
> cars...the I-5 was only available in the quattros...I believe the same is true
> even in the 80/90 models...
> _/ Mark Salem Utah Retrieval Systems Architecture Group _/
> _/ firstname.lastname@example.org University of Utah Computer Science Dept. _/
> On Wed, 5 Oct 1994, Eric T. Sylvain wrote:
> > >> From: 05-Oct-1994 0923 <email@example.com>
> > >> Date: Wed, 5 Oct 94 09:23:14 EDT
> > >> Subject: RE: Basic Questions
> > >> That's interesting. I didn't think that there were any 4 cylinder 4000s as
> > >> late as 87. Did you car come from outside the U.S.?
> > >> michael
> > It is an 87. And I wish it had 5 cyls but alas there are only 4. I am not
> > the original owner, but I know the car was bought new at Park Audi in
> > Massachussetts.
> > From other responses I am beginning to think that there may have
> > been some badge switching or a somewhat strange car in terms of
> > the CS badges it has....
> > -Eric Sylvain
> End of excerpt from Mark Salem
I had a five cyl non quattro, and that was an 80 model.
Mike Burton firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 0430 432480 Fax: 0430 432458
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