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RE: RS2 Avant
Now that you've got all us Yanks jealous as sin....I think its time you
took some photos of your toys and post 'em for us! One question. Now
that you have that souped up family car whats the plan?
Anton J. Gaidos, III
'81 Scirocco S, -highly modified daily driver but suddenly needs a
'89 Jetta GLI, -all original - new brakes this weekend
'85 Audi Quattro Turbo Coupe - a little too original
I don't own a car with less then 100,000 miles on it - wow!
>From: Dave Eaton[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Friday, April 18, 1997 3:15 AM
>To: Mark Nelson; quattro list
>Subject: Re: RS2 Avant
>reminiscence mode on...
>it's made me think a little. i stood on a roadside in 1985 and heard a group
>audi driven by michele mouton come past and took my first good motorsport
>photo. the sound was so incredible, and the image of the audis
>made such an impact that i though to myself "one day, i'm going to own one of
>these cars". it also introduced me to the world of motorsport photography
>which has been a passionate hobby ever since...
>i sold by peugeot gti in 1992 and bought a 1985 ur-q (10v) which i loved, but
>started to get expensive (100k miles) so i traded it on the 1993 s2 in 1994.
>now the s2 was all that the ur-q wasn't but when offered the 1990 ur-q (20v)
>last year, i had no hesitation because i missed the ur-quattro driving
>experience. and now i have an rs2, the last in the evolutionary line of the
>turbo inline 5 which i first heard on song on a rally special stage...
>reminiscence mode off...
>actually, a small plug for new zealand here. the cars might be expensive,
>you can get them, and the roads are superb for driving - especially in the