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Re: 1990 Audi Questions

     That all depends.  My Coupe has 117k and I would paint it like new 
     tomorrow if I had the cash.  I have heard that these engines run 
     forever.  The car is unique and rare.  If you do get the A4q, keep to 
     COupe anyway.
     Tim NJ 90CQ, 77Spitfire

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Subject: 1990 Audi Questions
Author:  BASSTREB@aol.com at Internet
Date:    7/12/96 12:50 PM

Hi everyone, 
Been awhile since I have been in sync with this group, however I need some 
good advice.
I have a 1990 Audi Coupe Quattro with 108,000 miles.  Black with black 
leather.  I really baby this car however its miles are starting to show.
I just spent $1,000 to get ignition wires replaced, rotor resurfaced, oil 
filter changed, all fluids changed, tune-up.....and I anticipate spending 
another $1,000 to get it in BRAND NEW condition.  
Based on what I can get for this car right now.....does it make sense to do 
this work and have a tip-top Coupe Quattro (I own it outright, no lease or 
payments).........or should I sell it now and lease an A4Q for three years 
and just give it back afterwards (or buy it at that time if I am in love with 
I would really appreciate any feedback that anyone out there may have.