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Re: '82 Ur-q in Atlanta ads
At 11:33 PM 5/14/96 +0500, you wrote:
>I just saw this Sunday's Atlanta Journal-Constitution classifieds, and
>there was an '82 silver ur-quattro listed with 34K original miles for
>I was wondering how this compares with the market? The few ur's I've
>seen for sale all were pretty much below $10k. Even with only 34K on it,
>the car is still 14 years old.
A few months ago, when I was in the market for a urq, I came across a black
'82 real european one with only 35k miles for $15k. It was in perfect
condition having had everything gone through by Bruno. It was so perfect, I
realized it wasn't the car for me. I was looking for a TQC in excellent
shape (not perfect) that I wouldn't feel bad about taking to the track on a
regular basis. I just couldn't see pushing a real euro with only 35k miles
to the limits of adheresion!
BTW, $18000 is way too high! Low mileage doesn't mean as much as age does
with these cars!
The Karasaki's, proud owners of AUDI automobiles
1984 5000S Wagon