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RE: 85 URQ for sale - how many 85 ur-q?
>The '85 Ur-Q being advertised at $24,500 was previously advertised in
the Quattro Quarterly at $32,500 ... I'll let you draw your own
conclusions from here as to the value of these cars today.
still not sure any conclusions to be drawn here, show me a transaction
>BTW, I was recently asked to come up with an amount for which I'd sell
MY 85 ... since this had never really crossed my mind, I really wasn't
prepared to do so but eventually decided that an offer of $10k would
automatically be a refused and an offer of $25k would be immediately
Damn, another realist in our midst. The not for sale at any price line
gets old. It insults my intelligence to think that others are incapable
of figuring out nicer cars can be containered from Europe and
Federalized for a lot less than "any price"
>Anything in between would be the subject of much contemplation,
especially so long as that low-mileage '89 944 Turbo S is still for sale
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