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Re: Audi Foxxxes
At 00:49 3/5/98 EST, J4KQ4me wrote:
>I came across an Audi Fox GTi the other day, I think a 1977. It was for sale,
>and seemed to be in managable condition. As a sucker for old German junk at
>cheap prices it piqued my interest. Being a 1977, would this car be of any
>relation to the Golf (Rabbit) GTi that also debuted in that year? Would they
>share the same 100 HP heron head 1.6L bearing tosser that the Golf GTi used?
>Could someone slap me before I buy another VW/Audi that will need three
>hundred miles of electrical wiring and a spare fuse box? At least there
>wouln't be any Pentosin cans laying in the trunk....
> Keep it, well, something cool.
> Later- Jon.
I have a 79 Audi Fox wagon that I am currently dismantling. There is a lot
of Rabbit stuff mixed in there. It seems like a simple car to maintain.
One word of caution is to check for RUST. My Audi Wagon ran perfectly
except for the rear passanger wheel. The trailing arm rusted completely
off the body and the only thing that held it on was the anti-sway bar. Too
dad, because it does look like a nice car!
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