More Audi's on TV, now Audi headrest history....
lindgre at online.no
Tue Feb 5 19:02:58 EST 2002
I had an '84 80q (aka 4k) which didnt have rear headrests or humps at
all. It had the donut headrests up front (sport seats, GTE model), which
regular 80's didnt have (the regular 80 CL or such had the solid early
Rabbit style head rests).
92 Cabrio 2.3E
Kris Hansen wrote:
>Are you sure it was a quattro? I had an 84, and an 86 4000q, neither of
>which had separate headrests. My 88 80q had the integral headrests as well.
>From: quattro-admin at audifans.com [mailto:quattro-admin at audifans.com]On
>Behalf Of Perry, Christoper (EDS)
>Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 12:08 PM
>To: 'Jouko Haapanen'; q-list; one at humanspeakers.com
>Subject: RE: More Audi's on TV, now Audi headrest history....
>The parents of a friend I had in High School(1986) had an 84 4000q. That
>car had the open-style headrests in the back seat. I don't remember if the
>fronts were open but I assume they were.
>From: Jouko Haapanen [mailto:joukoh at sympatico.ca]
>Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 6:45 AM
>To: q-list; one at humanspeakers.com
>Subject: was: More Audi's on TV, now Audi headrest history....
>The history of the 4000 series headrests is not quite as clear to me, I'm
>not sure if and when the solid separate rear hedrest were used...I know they
>were around, but maybe only in Europe on the 80/90 series cars.
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