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Re: Audi RS2
> From: Dave Eaton <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Fri, 08 Nov 1996 12:52:14 +0012
> Subject: Re: audi rs2
> ..>Seriously, you gonna trade the S2 for it?
> no, but can't say that i haven't thought about it.
> it would be a great wagon for the wife and kids, 'cept i don't have them.
This man is a serious threat to the mental health of other quattro-listers!
An S2, a ur-Q AND no wife and kids!!!!
> i also remain to be convinced about the ability of the rs2 to remain highly
> desireable like the (my) 20v ur-quattro or similar.
> interestingly apart from this rs2 (new), there are 2 used rs2's for sale in
> and have been for 3 months. both 8km's or there abouts, 1 owner cars.
To those outside NZ this may be hard to comprehend. The reasons for this are
mainly related to price, our small population, an even smaller population
of car nuts and ready availability of all manner of performance cars if you're
prepared to pay and wait! We have minimal regulations for importing cars
compared to USA and Australia.
The second hand RS2s are on sale for NZD$145-146000. That's USD$103-104000!
I think they are over-priced and concur with Dave's suspicions about long-term
collectability, but we may well be wrong on this.
Greg Spark '96 A4 1.8Tq
email@example.com MTM 187hp
Hamilton, New Zealand