[200q20v] various Audi matters
Thomas J. Donohue, Jr.
donohue at netconnx.net
Wed Oct 25 18:36:44 EDT 2000
#2...AFAIK there was an 89 100 Avant, all FWD, and no 100 Avants in 90-91, so
the answer, at least in the U.S., appears to be "no"
Mark Trank wrote:
> Fellow listers:
> A few comments/questions:
> (1) 10/00 issue of European Car has 3 articles on Audis........one on APR in
> Alabama and its efforts re: tuning the S4 and A4; another on the mag's A4
> project and a short article on the TT. Those of you who've seen the
> articles, sorry for the redundancy.
> (2) Does anyone know whether the 89-91 100 series was available in an Avant
> w/Quattro? I've seen a few 100 Avants around town but all have been FWD.
> (3) Can anyone advise whether the classifieds are accessible, and, if so,
> how? I seem to be at a loss as to where to find 'em.
> (4) I never believed that owning an Audi was free in any sense (despite my
> love for the cars) but I've recently been proven wrong. I was at the local
> Audi dealership a few weeks ago when I spied a really nice poster showing
> the R8's 1-2-3 finish at Le Mans. After inquiring where I could get one,
> they gave me a # at Audi USA. I promptly called and was eventually handed
> over to a very nice fellow in the PR Department who told me that,
> unfortunately, that particular poster was no longer available. After a
> pause, he said that he would send me his gratis! He confirmed that I am
> registered as a 91 200 Quattro owner and promised to send it out. Couple of
> days ago, it arrives and is now gracing a wall in my office!
> Enough babbling. Anyone who can address items #2-3, TIA.
> Mark A. Trank
> mtrank at albemarle.org
> 91 200Q 82k miles
> 91 100Q (sold)
> 87 5kctsq (passed down to a family member, alive and well in CO)
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