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RE: 91 200qw for sale in Seattle

It's a 91 200q wagon...

There were less than 300 of those imported to the States and they're the
only way to get the 3B (217hp) engine in the old body style (i.e., w/o
having to pay for the new body style) and, more importantly, the only
way until the 95.5 S6 wagon to get a wagon with that engine.

I was told $21,600 by another (?) salesman there, but that's not bad for
one w/only 24K miles... I paid just over $20K for mine in March with 48K
miles and requiring some work, so I probably overpaid.
- peter, peterhe@microsoft.com

>-----Original Message-----
>From:	Alan Callery [SMTP:alan_callery@intalco.com]
>Sent:	Monday, October 28, 1996 9:45 AM
>To:	quattro@coimbra.ans.net
>Subject:	Re: 91 200qw for sale in Seattle
>I just call on this and it "shot outa here real quick" according to the
>salesman for $22,900!!
>My year old NADA book says these book for $19K, does anyone have ideas as to
>what is making quattros "appreciate"???
>Alan Callery
>87 5KCSTWQ - 140k
>At 08:43 AM 10/27/96 -0800, you wrote:
>>In Sunday's classifieds:
>>91 200 wagon - 5 speed, Turbo. 24K miles. One owner. Fin/Trade. Dlr,
>>(206) 783-4877.
>>This is Carter VW-Audi-Subary in Ballard. They're a very reputable
>>dealership with which I and others have had good experiences in the
>>- peter, peterhe@microsoft.com