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Re: New baby in the family: URQ
I thought antique was 25 years and classic was 15?
--- Kneale Brownson <email@example.com> wrote:
> Classic car registration rules vary from state to
> state, but usually apply
> to vehicles 25 or more years older. The
> registration normally is a
> one-time deal that precludes the necessity to buy
> new plates each year.
> However, in most states, if you register the car as
> a classic and exempt it
> from annual licensing taxes, you are limited to how
> much you can drive it
> and for which purposes: Generally it becomes a
> "Sunday" drive or
> show-event use only vehicle.
> Kneale Brownson
> At 06:04 AM 12/6/99 -0800, joel nevin wrote:
> >This weekend I just added a 83 UR Quattro to the
> >driveway, beatiful car.
> >I had to jump on it because he was selling it
> >cheaply and once I drove it a looked at it, I had
> >have it. The car is great shape, 102,000 miles on
> >and mechanically sound, since the owner is an audi
> >mechanic himself!! lucky for me. The only thing
> that I
> >noticed that it needed was new driver seat, and a
> >shift knob, but for a car that is this old what can
> >you expect.
> >According to the seller, there were a few guys that
> >beat to the punch on this car, listers?
> >the car was in
> >Arlington, Mass.
> >The seller was Dave Clark.
> >Also I heard that you can register this car as a
> >classic, and the insurance is cheaper and the
> >is better, does anyone know about this?
> >Joel Nevin
> >96 A4 Quattro
> >83 UR Quattro.
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