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RE: New S4 and Dave's Ur-Q

No, no, no.

S4 as in "A4 with hyper performance" although the twin turbo V6 model is
supposed to be based on the A6, I thought. Not S4 as in 92-94 100 with
hyper performance.

peter, peterhe@microsoft.com, issaquah, wa, usa

>Original Message-----
From:        	Nathan Belo [SMTP:belo@eskimo.com]
Sent:         	Tuesday, August 06, 1996 10:31 AM
To:            	Robert Houk - SMCC Bos Desktop Hardware
Cc:            	quattro@coimbra.ans.net
Subject:   	Re: New S4 and Dave's Ur-Q

On Tue, 6 Aug 1996, Robert Houk - SMCC Bos Desktop Hardware wrote:

>    Talked with my car broker buddy the other day, and Prestige
>    Imports (Lakewood, CO) actually had a new S4 there a couple of
>    weeks ago.  It was a twin turbo V6, and I guess it had rave
>    reviews among the select few who drove it.  They were talking
>    low to mid $30K's for price.
> Somehow, I find the idea of a "low to mid $30K's" downright laughable.
> [If they *do* it, I'll certainly be in line to lay down a deposit!]
> This is Audi, remember. 30K Au troy ounces I could belive. 30K UK Pounds,
> I might be willing to believe. 3xK $U.S. I'll believe when I've driven it
> off the lot with their signatures on my new title.
> 				RDH
> P.S.	Note to the Audieties: Feel free to consider this a direct "dare"
> 				and make it happen just to spite me . . .
A month and a half ago, still broke then, there was a '93 S4 for $32k
a '92 S4 for $28K at 2 different Audi dealerships in the Seattle area.

Working hard so I can move up to an S4

'88 90Q