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a real ur-q sunroof??
for real??? an ur-quattro factory sliding roof - now you're talking. ok
phil, you need to get roger drunk, pissed as a neut preferably, and then get
him to agree to a late night sunroof refit. during which time you will note
how the hell audi did it, and come up with a 10-step easy retrofit guide for
the rest of us stuck with a virtually useless sunroof....
hell, i'll even reimburse you for the grog :-)
'61 mb fintail
Date: Wed, 19 May 1999 06:16:44 GMT
From: email@example.com (Phil Payne)
Subject: Re: Fuchs wheel fuch-up?
In message <firstname.lastname@example.org> JustaxPHX@aol.com writes:
> I ask this not to weasel out of admitting that I'm wrong but to determine
> I've accidently stumbled upon another piece of Ur-Q trivia. BTW, along
> lines, I was digging through some old magazines last night, sorting out
> I want to keep and which I'm willing to pitch, and found a buyer's guide
> article about the Ur-Q in the February, 1991 issue of Performance Car. In
> it, they examined a late '84 version that they claim came with a
> factory-installed sliding sunroof. If so, then this is the only such
> or even Coupe, for that matter -- that I've ever heard of being so
> ... is this something the factory experimented with and dropped or was it
> one-off?. Can anybody shed any light on this?
Roger Galvin's car? A 1984 ur-quattro in Alpine White with a factory