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Re: Rear Lights
I have to disagree. My black '89 80 quattro with all red tail lights with
my red Serotta bicycle on the roof looks pretty good.
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Subject: Rear Lights
Author: Jeremy R King <email@example.com> at INTERNET
Date: 11/14/95 3:15 PM
Personally, I hate the all red lights - looks like the junk coming out of
Detroit. Of course, making the blinker yellow helps. The rear lights
and reflector are, without question, the ugliest thing on the RS2. (Of
course, I'm kinda partial to my Quantum sedan tail lights - red, yellow,
One note I thought I would add. I don't remember where, but I remember
seeing a picture from one of the shows of a dark blue Audi with BLUE
body-colored tail lights that actually lit up red. Now that's cool!
Still, I still like the different colors. Of course, I was the biggest
fan of the black moulding along the bottom and on the wheel-well arches,
and the black line down the middle of the car. Mid eighties Audis and
VW's had the best look to me - especially trim wise. I don't go much for
the monotones - it ruined the Passat.
Jeremy R. King
1986 VW Quantum GL5
Audi at Heart
On Tue, 14 Nov 1995 Nivi@aol.com wrote:
> Elliot wrote:
> >don't forget to add the v8's "all red" tail light cluster too! >kinda kool
> for a red looking blinker to actually blink orange! >one little detail that i
> like about the car!
> For the last 3-4 years Audi (Deutschland) has been using this feature on the
> rear light clusters...First they used a small orange lens within a red
> cluster, then started using semi-transparent red lenses with an orange
> Just reporting on my observations, and would like to get ahold of the German
> versions for my CoupeQ - but amazingly, a German friend of mine said he liked
> the *full red* brake and rear cluster on my coupe! The grass IS always
> greener on the other side...
> Dorab (Nivi@aol.com)
> Won't bother with the auto ID's this time!