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In message <01IMNMNEMAWM8ZEFDV@delphi.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Jeffrey J. Goggin) writes:
> One of my firm's clients is an auto wholesaler ... the last time I met with
> him, I told him to keep an eye out for any interesting Audis and give me a
> call if he found one ...
I went to pick up some parts last week, and found a very interesting-looking
vehicle parked at the Audi dealers. It was a C-registered (1984?) Coupe with a
quattro sticker on the back. These things _DO_ exist - the non-turbo and non-
flared arches version of the Coupe GT with a quattro drive train.
What was utterly fascinating was the shift lever - an automatic!
This is a very rare beast indeed. Perhaps unique. Or it would have been - if
the quattro sticker really belonged on there. Which it didn't.
A perfectly ordinary Coupe GT automatic. I was _very_ disappointed.
Committee Member, UK Audi [ur-]quattro Owners Club