>As previously mentioned by glen, Bob and Neal:
>>> standard leather interior
>> Prefer velour beleive it or not.
>ur-Qs had a standard cloth interior. I've only seen
>two of these, though, and I recall at least one
>of them didn't have a sunroof.
>The leather interior is indeed an option on model year 83s, the
>brown/green/orange velour was standard. Most ur-Qs came with >leather, but
>you look hard enough, you might see an 81/82/83 with the velour. >On 84 and
>85s, leather was standard.
I feel a bit responsible for the clamor that has ensued since I mentioned
the 4000q turbo project. I'll try to sum it up with a few thoughts....
As a coupe and a sedan owner, I can say that I prefer the practicality of the
sedan bodystyle. It's very user-friendly! My impetus for the 4000q turbo
project was raising the power output of the 4000q without overboring the
block. It's also, as Glen said, a great tech challenge. I've seen only one
out in the wild, so it's possible, not necessarily easy!
I love the lines of the TQC, it's as breathtaking to look at 12 years later
as I'm sure it was at it's introduction! Mine's got the unusual velour
interior, I understood it was almost a delete option to remove leather from a