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On Tue, 31 Jan 1995, Chris Newbold wrote:

> I have to agree with the point that David Bokaie make in an earlier response
> that Audis are not cars which impress on the first or second drive. It takes
> a while to appriciate them. Nor are they cars built for drag racing at stop
> lights; give them an open road and speed over 60 MPH, though, and the story
> is completely different.
> I was impressed by the car when I bought it. But I'm even more so now after
> a year and a half.

They have to really grow on you...like a fungus attached to your wallet...