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>I guess the question can best be put this way:  Can you afford $1,000 for a
>repair next week, or would you rather pay $500/mo. for a loan for comparable
>newer 4WD car?  The latter is more expensive in the long run, but perhaps
>somewhat cheaper in the short run.

>Wondering What To Do In VT As Well

So.. instead of putting in a steering rack on your paid-for Audi.. you'd rather
go to a considerably less caliber machine.. and pay what amounts to..
installing a steering rack EVERY month. 

I can see the point, there must be some point where the car is no longer worth
sinking mass money into. But, I really don't know what the point is. It's still
MUCH cheaper than a new or used car. Hmmmm......
                               -Osman Parvez
                                89 200q (148K miles)
                                Siena College
                                Albany NY