[V8] Re: v8 detailing
skramer at mac.com
Mon Feb 11 14:21:17 EST 2002
Michael, I think it's a very beautiful car. i've always liked the look of
my 200 - this one is better.
i like the rear screen, the front lights and the hood.
i like the all red tail-lights as opposed to the yellow in the older
models. the rear is very muscular looking.
although to the layman most of the car looks like a 200/100 imo
most people who see this car say - why did you ever buy another 200 turbo
for. then i pop the hood and the drop their jaws.
> From: "Michael L. Riebs" <michael at 1stchoicegranite.com>
> Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2002 14:36:01 -0500
> To: "Brett Dikeman" <brett at cloud9.net>, "Steve Kramer" <skramer at mac.com>,
> "Coleman, David" <David.Coleman at blackrock.com>, <v8 at audifans.com>,
> <quattro at audifans.com>, "Robert Myers" <robert at s-cars.org>
> Subject: Re: [V8] Re: v8 detailing
>>> -the grille is integrated into the hood
>>> -the headlights are totally unique
>>> -the rear lightbar is all red plastic(externally.)
>> And just how easy is it to see and recognized these differences with a
>> combined closing speed of perhaps 160 to 180 mph?
> Well, I don't know about y'all, but I *always* spot the V8's. The car IMO is
> SO unique - there's no mistaking it. Even at the above stated combined
> speeds, the front end is extremely distinguishable! And of course, seeing
> the red rear lights is not at more than a combined speed of maybe 20 - 50
> Michael Riebs
> Grand Rapids, MI
> '90 V8Q
> '98 A6QA
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