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RE: Any input on European Engineering ?

For what it's worth, I'm looking for a 91 200qw and talked to them 
about 3-4 months ago. They had 2 there at around $15-16K, which is 
quite low for <70K mile cars. I was considering it and then talked to 
Ned Ritchie who happened to mention that he'd heard about a couple of 
auction cars that were kicking around on the East Coast. I take that to 
mean that the cars have been purchased *cheaply* at auction and then 
tarted up to look good on the lot. Not that they're necessarily 
horrible cars, but chances are they're not in top condition and I'd be 
very careful about the inspection.
- peter, peterhe@microsoft.com, wa

| From: quattro-owner@coimbra.ans.net
| To:  <quattro@coimbra.ans.net>
| Subject: Any input on European Engineering ?
| Date: Tuesday, February 13, 1996 11:21AM
| 	Anyone in the Boston metro area have anything to say (good or bad)
| in regards to European Engineering in Framingham ?(or is it Natick). They
| deal in mostly German (although they had TWO Dino's in the showroom) and
| their prices seem WAY low...
| 	Went and checked them out this past weekend, looking for a
| used 200Q. Just as an axample, they had a  wicked nice 90 V8Q for $12k
| and a really sharp 92 100CS for $12k !  He
| has another 200Q coming in this week that we will probably go back to
| take a peek at.
| 	Please respond directly to me, as I'm sure would be the proper
| netiquette.
| 						Thanks in advance, Tom.