New Member

Steven Hauptmann hauptmanns at
Fri Jun 27 10:29:02 EDT 2003


Many of us have non-Audi's as well. Helps to balance frustration IMO. When I
get tired of working on one brand....I just switch and work on one of my
other cars. Seems there is always something to do on every car.

<<engine test facility>>
That sounds like a job I would love to have....I knew I should have gone
Mechanical instead of Chemical. =)

Steve Hauptmann
South Carolina

-----Original Message-----
From: Dan Cordon [mailto:cord4530 at]
Sent: Friday, June 27, 2003 1:52 AM
To: 200q20v at
Subject: New Member

Hi all,

I'm new to the 200 mailing list so I thought I'd give a quick
introduction. I recently purchased a 91 200TQ, but also have a 87 5KCSTQ
to play with. My 20V car has at least a hundred small problems, but I
hope to work through them and end up with a nice driver in the end.

As for my background, I'm not just an audi fan. I have several cars in
various states of restoration/modification. Maybe I'm just a car hoe,
but I'm okay with that. I run an engine test facility for the University
of Idaho. Engines are my specialty, but I do lots with cars/motorcycles
in general. I hope I'll be able to add value to the list. I'm still
learning about audis though. :o)

Dan Cordon
Mechanical Engineer - Engine Research Facility
University of Idaho

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