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Re: 86 CGT Digi-Dash??? What's up?
Commemorative Edition CGT's were sold in 1986. They were either white or
Anthracite Black Metallic. They had red leather interiors, very dark
grey carpet, body color rear spoilers, and digital dashes. The digital
dash was made optional for 1987. The body color rear spoiler stayed.
The mirrors and side window surrounds also became body color. Mid year
1987, the 2.3 litre engine and rear disc brakes were added.
Greenville, SC USA
91 200q Avant RIP @ 99k
87 Coupe GT new shocks, tie rods, motor mounts = new car @ 116k?
On Sun, 7 Mar 1999 23:12:32 -0800 Timothy C Salazar II <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>The C.E. CGT was white with a red leather (I think) interior. The
>spoiler was painted white, as well. Overall, I think it looked pretty
>tacky, if you ask me. The digi-dash was just a gimmicky option you
>could order for the `86 & `87 production year CGT's. I guess the
>C.E.'s had all the bells & whistles, plus that to-die-for color
>scheme. Is it just me, or are all "Commemerative Edition" cars
>heinously outfitted, color-wise? I mean, take the Martini Porsche
>924's (Please!!!), or that 1998 Corvette Indy 500 Pace Car. You know,
>the one that looks like a 1:1 scale HotWheels car? I know it could
>whoop my ass in any kind of street race, but...COME ON! Just my
>opinion, not a political stance.
>Love, Like, or Just Plain Tolerate,
>`85...Aw, skip it!
>On Sun, 7 Mar 1999 23:55:32 EST Kwattro@aol.com writes:
>>Audi is more screwed up than even me. So supposedly the
>>cars (in 86) were special with the digital dash, but I've got one.
>>friends' 86 (non CE car.) as it turns out. So apparently, there was
>>special production or meaning to the digital dash cars, other than
>>to do something weird and different. I was getting excited because I
>>had bought an important car (rare 87 with the 2.2, I think there are
>>with the 2.3) and I've never owned a car newer than 1986. I have once
>>been let down by an Audi.