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Re: quattro-digest V3 #1362 -Reply


For my own curiosity if I could, which local Pittsburgh dealer gave you the
price?  I have been partial to Sewickley myself, but have never bought a car
from them.  Purchased my Coupe used from Three Rivers Audi in '91 for what I
felt was a good price; talked to Imports by Day about a pre-owned 993 and
quoted a price $10,000 over anything in "Autoweek" and refused to budge.

By the way, if you are willing to travel, might suggest trying Stoddard's in
Cleveland; dealer is gigantic, and I bought my used 993 from them for a 
reasonable price; salesman actually drove down to Pittsburgh to pick me 
up when I bought  the car.  Might suggest calling Peter Melnyk

Ray Calvo (porsray@aol.com)
1990 Coupe Quattro
1995 Porsche 993

In a message dated 96-11-13 09:33:05 EST, you write:

 From: Arlan Stehney <arlan@sae.org>
 Date: Wed, 13 Nov 1996 08:02:13 -0500
 Subject: quattro-digest V3 #1362 -Reply
 Ok, I'm a new subscriber and have a couple of questions, so bear with
 me if these have been asked many times before I was a "member":
 Currently a '95 Saab Turbo owner who's ready to get back into a Quattro
 after having owned an '84 4000Q many years ago, I have been both
 pricing and getting serious about an A4Q (okay, I also am a sucker for
 brilliant yellow!) and have gotten a price of $27,200 for a car that
 at $29,100....which seems about as good as I can find here in Pittsburgh,
 checking a couple of dealers....any feedback???
 I look forward to replies, and hope to again become an active Quattro
 owner. Saab's aren't bad, as long as they're turbos, just a lot different!
 Arlan Stehney