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From this week's Dutch AutoTrader

1986 UrQ, Zermatt silver, all options, $8250
1988 V8 FWD, auto, black, black leather, $12,500 (seen this one, nice car,
recent import from Germany)
1983 Coupe GT pale blue met, 5-spd, $2500 (also a recent import, _way_
overpriced, old crash damage and doubtful mileage)
1987 80 1.9E black metallic, aftermarket alloys $5000 (nice car, 1.9
injection's quite rapid, shame about the ugly alloys)
1989 V8 FWD, auto, black/black leather, 17" Borbets, another recent import
1988 100CD Turbo FWD, black/black, seems a nice car at only $2800
1988 Coupe 2.3E FWD, black met, ABS, sunroof, alloys, Pullman interior,
recent import, $8000
1983 Coupe GT, alloys, power steering, sounds decent at $900
1989 90 2.3E FWD, anthracite met, ugly aftermarket alloys, lots of options,
1985 Coupe GT, Tizian red metallic, $2400
1988 100 2.3E Avant quattro, white, ugly white Centra alloys, $4250 (nice
1982 100CC 2.3E FWD, grey metallic, clean car (first of aero shape) seems a
bargain at $750

... and lots of other nice cars: Porsches, M3s, Benzes, DeLoreans, Golf
GTIs, synchros, Rally Golf G40s, Sierra Cosworths, Corrados VR6, 300ZX TTs,
Delta Integrales, Clio Williams... yummy!


 Tom Nas                                          Zeist, The Netherlands
1988 Audi 80 1.8S, mostly Tizianrot metallic, 214,000km

    Time is the best teacher.  Unfortunately, it kills all its pupils.
                                        -- Hector-Louis Berlioz