'85 ur-q on auction [was: 200q20v Salvage Car for Auction in TX]
smarinello at telocity.com
Mon Dec 30 14:58:11 EST 2002
The car went for REAL cheap to an independent dealer who was asked to
puchase it by someone in L.A.. A lister??? The dealer thinks he had a
blown engine in his car, but neglected to get his name, although he had
authorized him up to a dollar amount.
He thinks the water in the car made it up to the cigarette lighter, but not
into the instruments. I'm interested in some pieces IF the buyer only wants
the motor and other parts. I'll let the list know if any of it becomes
We kinda blew it, I think. The pics of the car had an 11/01/02 date on
them, so it's been sitting there a good while. We're all too freakin' busy.
----- Original Message -----
From: <auditude at cox.net>
To: <qshipaz at juno.com>; <quattro at audifans.com>; <sjensen at mindspring.com>
Sent: Monday, December 30, 2002 12:28 AM
Subject: '85 ur-q on auction [was: 200q20v Salvage Car for Auction in TX]
> I found this one incredibly interesting:
> It looks to be a water-damaged '85 ur-q, listed as a V8 quattro.
> What the?
> It goes on auction tomorrow morning at 9am!
> Steve Jensen sjensen at mindspring.com wrote:
> > Found the following car on an insurance salvage site:
> > 636224
> > Shows it as freshwater flood total in Corpus Christi, TX, and they do
> > online bids.
> > Posting this for the 200q20v folks who may need a parts car, even though
> > wiring harness and ECU are prolly trashed I know the cylinder heads are
> > to impossible to find. Was interested myself (visions of a 3B powered
> > 4kq)until I found out overbore pistons for the 3B are $800 plus, and I'm
> > lazy to go the custom piston route.
> > -Steve Jensen
> > 87 5kcstq
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