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RE: Euros for Coupe GT - how rare?
Looked at that car myself a couple of months ago. It's an 85. They come with
those lights, and not with the steel wheels that car has on it. From the
fence it looks okay, but if you go around the side and look, it has been hit
at one time or another, very wavy bodywork. I go through Griffin all the
time in a toronado red 86 CGT, so if anyone is interested, I think I even
have the wrecking yard and realtor's phone numbers. In fact I'll be headed
through there Sunday on my way to pick up some parts in Fayetteville.
David Wilson - Macon, GA - 86 CGT and a host of Merkur XR4ti
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Steve Jensen
> Sent: Friday, November 20, 1998 10:07 PM
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> Subject: Euros for Coupe GT - how rare?
> Hi all:
> Was coming back from a meeting and passed a couple of cars in a locked up,
> apparently abandoned car lot w/forsale sign on chainlink fence.
> One of the
> two cars remaining was a blue Coupe GT with an aftermarket front spoiler
> and what appeared to be euro lights. Stopped and took a good look, well,
> as good as I could from 25 ft. away. I'm not super familiar with
> the Coupe
> GT's, but they didn't look like the std. DOT garbage.
> How rare are these euro lights for CGT's? Rest of car was unremarkable,
> obvious repaint and had crappy non-Audi stamped steel wheels on it.
> Car is in Griffin, Georgia, will be back in that area in two weeks if
> anyone's interested. Wish it woulda been a 5KT w/euros...
> -Steve Jensen
> 87 5KCSTQ