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Re: badges? we don't need no steenkeen badges!
Hairy green toads from Mars made LToy@aol.com say:
> The V8 also has no rear deck badging and, from the rear, looks like a '91 200q
> Audi rear badges remove easily--heat/dental floss, etc--no holes to fill, so
> an owner wishing to be less self-conscious about their lowly 5000 could have
> some fun with the unsuspecting/unknowing. I'd never intentionally do it ;)
> but I did leave the badges off a 4000 years ago after they'd been "removed"
> by a vandal. Porsche has a badge delete option and I know some 525i owners
> who've removed theirs--making it harder to distinguish betwee a 525i and a
I drive a "stealth" 1989 100Q. The rear deck is completely badgeless,
and the light bar has been upgraded to the big turbo-style one. It
confuses even die-hard Audi enthusiasts, trying to decide what the car is.
I've been thinking of sticking the Audi rings on the center of the
trunk, to imitate a V8. If only the engine would believe that....
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