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Re: 1990 Quattro Coupe
>On Thu, 12 Oct 1995, Paul Rivera wrote:
>> I have found a pearl white 1990 Quattro Coupe with about 50K miles.
>> Looks cool so far.
>> What is it worth?
Book value for one in average condition is approx. 14K$US. Have it
inspected by an independent mechanic familiar with Audis.
Were there any updates in 1991?.
>> Thanks for any info
>> Paul Rivera
>91 and above had a cooler front suspension. It does make a difference
>too, but the parts tend to wear easily too. Beleive it or not they are
>cheap and only take about 5 minutes to replace! (no, seriously!)
When I bought my 91 CoupeQ (last week) there was a wicked creak in the
front end clearly
audible when the nose dipped. The dealer squirted just about everything
with spray lube
from the sway bar bushings to god-knows-what to no avail. Finally, the
mechanic removed a thin vertical rod from the wheel well with (i think)
threaded ends and rubber boots near the ends. Some grease inside the boots
fixed the problem. Is this the improved/easily worn part?
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> / _ )___ / / / _ \/ _ | __ _ ___ _/ /____
> / _ / _ \/ _ \ / // / __ |/ ' \/ _ `/ __/ _ \
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>Drive Safe, Drive Fast, Drive a Quattro
^-Check ^-Check ^Good to Go!
91 Audi Coupe Quattro for when I wanna go fast but boots are out of the question
94 Suzuki RF900 for when I wanna go fast ":^>
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