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RE: What's a fair price ?
I'd say that's a fair price, based on my experiences with shopping for
a 91 200 qw. $20K is too much, but $17-$17.5 sounds about right for 34K
miles and mint condition.
Don't forget to have a knowledgable (about Audis) mechanic check the
car out for you.
- peter, email@example.com, wa
| From: "Doug Terman, Antilles Engineering, Ltd." <firstname.lastname@example.org>
| To: <email@example.com>
| Subject: What's a fair price ?
| Date: Tuesday, February 27, 1996 4:19PM
| The Group--
| I appreciatte the invaluable stuff you folks push out. Only "found" the
| group about two weeks ago and like the largely mature tone of what goes on.
| The question is, was offered a 1991 20v200 sedan (sparkle-plenty-white) with
| 34k on it. Superb condition. He want $20K which means he'll probably
| settle for $17.5K. Is this a good value from the buyer's standpoint and
| fair from the seller's standpoint. Being in the deep, dark woods of VTT,
| not able to do much comparative shopping.
| Item two: We have a 1990 200tq and love it, amen! However, have a
| ting-ting-ting sound from the starter (teeth not quite engaging or
| disengaging properly), mainly when the weather is cold. Is this a matter of
| shimming, replacing Bendix spring, or do I opt (ugh) for a rebuilt starter?
| Would hate to replace the ring gear
| Item three: I hear mention of the sacred Bentley. Where would I get a copy
| for either of the above quattros? Quanta pesetas?
| Thanks again, folks, for the great group.
| Doug Terman
| Douglas Terman
| Operations Manager
| Antilles Engineering, Ltd.
| voice: (802) 496 3812
| fax: (802) 496 3814