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Chris Woodward wrote:
> Mike Zamarocy wrote:
> > Hey Jon, I take exception to that.
> > [...]
> 1997 A4ta here with TAP chip, Jamex Filter, Eibach Springs, 17 X 8 Borbet Type
> T's wearing Bridgestone Potenza S02's. I am not one of those who just drives
> an A4 because of its faddishness. I did, however, notice more cameraderie with
> Wrangler owners (when I was one) than I do with Audi owners. I always get
> ignored when I wave, but will continue to do so in hopes that some enthusiasts
> will pop up here in Atlanta.
I can only think of three or four listers in the Atlanta area--it's
pretty thin around here.
> Not all automatic or non-quattro owners are non-enthusiasts. Quattros are hard
> to find in this climate, and automatic in the traffic I regularly drive in is
I agree on both counts here--as much as I gripe about the automatic
transmission, it's much nicer than having to work with a manual when
you're stuck for 1-2 hours on the same stretch of 285. And when my
mother was looking for a quattro, the salesperson at Jim Ellis tried to
talk her out of it--she finally got one at Audi of North Atlanta (highly
I usually get funny looks when I flash the lights or wave at other Audi
owners. I think the only reaction I've ever gotten was from someone in
a fluorescent yellow A4--I flashed and waved out the window and he gave
an embarrased little wave back. Oh well!
"Never underestimate the power of human stupidity."
--The Notebooks of Lazarus Long
> '97 A4ta