1991 200 turbo Quattro 20V with rotor/engine issues

Gaballah, Bill bgaballah at kpmg.com
Wed Jan 15 10:54:12 EST 2003

Thank you all for your input,

After consideration, I have decided to sell it.  A guy at the dealer wants
it for $800 and he'll pay the diagnostic charge.
I know it looks shady, but I am not willing to put in 8 to 12 hours at $95in
labor for him to tear it down and then say engine is shot, due to timing.  I
would have welcomed a second opinion, however I do not have time or the
willingness to put more money into towing and diagnostic fees.

Thanks again for your help.


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