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RE: Demise of a Coupe GT

Sorry to hear of your loss, hope no one was hurt, let's see if insurance
holds up their end of the bargain, and hope you can find a suitable
replacement quickly. See what happens when you loudly proclaim that you
will not be changing the timing belt, because it'd be more costly than
the car is worth?
-Ian Duff.
	-----Original Message-----
	From:	quk@sievers.com [SMTP:quk@sievers.com]
	Sent:	Friday, 18 July 1997 5:02 PM
	To:	quattro@coimbra.ans.net
	Subject:	Demise of a Coupe GT

	Sadly gone - an electrical short behind the dashboard started a
fire that 
	destroyed the dash, most of the wiring loom, and the upholstery.
It also 
	cracked the windshield.
	Fortunately, the firewall prevented the fire from reaching the
engine.  That 
	_IS_ what it's supposed to do, isn't it?

	One 1983 Coupe GT is no more.

	 Phil Payne
	 Committee Member, UK Audi [ur-]quattro Owners Club
	 (Anyone got a use for a 19mm Allen driver?)