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re: a8 v8
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re: the a8 v8 and repairability
due to the fact that the a8's alimunium skin is not load bearing, repairs are easy.
you replace the panel. unbolt the old one, and bolt on the new one. this probably explains why repairs (ie. insurance) is not too expensive...
re: success of the a8.
when i had a look at one down at the local, the sales-type there told me that audi's production could not keep pace with demand, and that production was fully booked some months into next year.
nice looking car though. especially with the 18" wheels. beeeaaaaauuutttiiifffullllll paint job. a very dark blue. georgeous.
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