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Re: Rear deck lid emblems
Ken <email@example.com> wrote:
>You couldn't get a 4000 badge because they are no longer available?
No, just because the 4000 never sold here- the B2 cars were always called
80 or 90.
>the badges still available in the US?
I think James Marriott had found out that they were, yes.
>Could anyone tell me what the european equivalent of my '85 4ksq would
That would be a 90 quattro, if it has an I-5. I think the I-5 80 quattro
was only available _before_ 1985. I've driven a 1984 2226cc 90 q before.
That was the only exception to the 'rule': 80 for the I-4, 90 for the I-5.
>Maybe I'll put euro badges on it. Are they available?
Yup. Part numbers:
'quattro' 853 853 737 2ZZ
'90' 813 853 749 N21
'Audi' 431 853 687 A 2ZZ
Dunno what they cost- somewhere in the region of $25-35 all together, if I
recall correctly. I'll see if I can find it in my old mail.
Tom Nas Zeist, The Netherlands
1988 Audi 80 1.8S, mostly Tizianrot metallic, 215,000km
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