Disposing of beloved 200q

Peter Schulz pcschulz at comcast.net
Sat May 20 14:37:17 EDT 2006


Have you contacted Javad at 034?


At 08:16 AM 5/20/2006, Kerry Griffith wrote:
>It appears that a new head for my car may be more expense than I care
>for- the proverbial straw on the camel.
>How does one dispose of such a vehicle? Am I  correct in assuming that
>everything but the head being either new or straight makes no diff?
>Like most of you, I've replaced suspension, a/c, and all the usual
>suspect parts. The car has Mobil 1 from new (all records) and the motor
>(whose head I foolishly killed) never used a drop of oil.
>I'm thinking of having the RS2 manifold pulled to sell, but don't know
>if anyone still cares to pay for such items.
>So if anyone can tell me what my alternatives are I'd be grateful. It
>will add insult to injury if I have to pay to have it taken to a
>"salvage" yard, but c'est la guerre.
>Best to All,
>P.S. All in all, a sad state of affairs. I drove new A4s and A3s, and
>to my taste, they just aren't an acceptable substitute. I may see if my
>in-law's friends still want to sell me their '95 S6, but then again I
>may just find something new (and cheap) that won't require the
>attention an older but wonderful car will. I hate to stray from the
>fold, but . . .
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-Peter Schulz
Chelmsford Ma, USA

1991 200 20v Q Avant Titan Grey
1991 200 20v Q Avant Indigo Mica
1991 90 20v Q Red

1990 CQ silver (awaiting S2 engine transplant)
1991 CQ silver  (potentially replacing the 1990 for  the transplant)
1990 CQ red ( to part or not)

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