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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!


John Karasaki

The Karasaki's, proud owners of AUDI automobiles

1981 Coupe
1982 TQC
1984 5000S Wagon
1990 V8