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Re: Not me either

>>If the task is to drive swiftly in the snow, both can probably do it, but
>>I require "without white knuckles", the quattro will do it a lot more
>>easily, and that counts for a fair bit. "Forgiving and easy" may not be
>>hallmarks of a sportscar, but last time I looked out of the window, I was
>>driving a four door touring sedan.


>Without white knuckles?  How bout putting on a good set of snows?
>Most quattro buyers don't.  I don't go for the argument at all
>that a quattro (especially torsen ones, see archives) are so kind to the

Blah, blah, blah......snip.
Chist, now he's jumping on people that are _happy_ with there cars.......

>I don't see all that many at Steamboat honing those weather skills.  I
don't see that many at quattro club >events at all. Me, I'm there for most
of them, and Steamboat every year.  

I wonder why the entire world doesn't stop their lives and go to
Steamboat/quattro club events.....well, I can think of a few reasons....

Really, this has gone far enough......

Steve Bigelow
Discreet Dungeons
Ottawa Ontario
'84 5ks "Audrey", proper German silver, Husco armrest/cupholder
'82 Coupe (previous) (spearmint)