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Re: Q, give away, after death
Just for the record, I don't like this conversation. It's really
unnerveing to listen to someone planning where their earthly belongings
will go after they've passed. But on the lighter side: why don't you
take it with you? Have a pyramid built with a garage! Audi's already
come with a built-in curse, so that should deter tomb robbers. [8^) And
archeologists 4,000 years from now will have something interesting to do.
As a bonus, you'll have a fine ride when you get to the Great Beyond!
Just a thought....
Love, Like, or Just Plain Tolerate,
King Amon-Tim of the 13th Audi Dynasty
`82 & `86 CGT (Waiting for me in that big repair bay in the sky)
On Tue, 28 Dec 1999 18:56:10 -0800 "Avi Meron" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Boys and girls,
> As I was working on my car today, (new bumper and some modifications
> to the
> lights) a thought crossed my mind, what will happen to my Q after I
> assuming I die before I replace it, which I most defiantly intend to
> when more money comes around, (anybody for "super alternators"?).
> * If I just let my wife have it, it would be no good since she won't
> it (stick) and will never appreciate it,
> * If I let my boy have it, it would be no good; he is a computer
> "dick head"
> and has no sensitivity to mechanical things of art,
> * If the car is sold, it wouldn't fetch any money worth of its
> glory................how do you sell a car that was purchased for
> under 5K
> and has 10K (on top of the original price) invested in?
> So here is my brilliant idea:
> If I die an untimely death (not in the Q of course), the car should
> raffled to all the interested list members, may be a raffle ticket
> of $5
> that would be given to Dan (list meister).
> The winning party will get the Q (with all the spare
> the license plate "QTRO" (CA plate).
> I figure the above will be the best way to take care of the Q and
> leave it
> in very good hands.........
> All comments are welcome, good or bad,
> As a side note, as of today I have no knowledge of my impending
> death, nor
> do I have a terminal sickness that I am aware of.