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Re: 5K interior

> From:          Andrew Duane USG/PE <duane@zk3.dec.com>
> Subject:       Re: 5K interior
> To:            jwilliam@water.net
> Date:          Fri, 18 Apr 1997 13:36:37 -0400 (EDT)
> Cc:            quattro@coimbra.ans.net (Quattro List)
> Reply-to:      duane@zk3.dec.com

> Hairy green toads from Mars made Jon W. say:
> > When did the 5K interior change from the boxy looking instrument pod 
> > to the flowing look it had in the 90's.  Was it before or after it 
> > became the 100 in the US.
> I'm not exactly sure what you mean by "boxy" and "flowing".

In an '89 200 the dash was a long flowing curve which  encompassed 
the instrument pod and the atl, pressure etc.  The older models had a 
"boxier" look to them.  It looked more like the 4000/Coupe dash.

> My '89 100Q has a much different interior look than the '87 5kTQ
> I looked at at the same time. Mine is one of the earliest '89s
> built (4/88), and would have been the same as the '88 5k.
> The 100 changed to the newer exterior body style in '91 I think.
> -- 
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