1990 coupe - to buy or not to buy?

Kurt Deschler desch at alum.wpi.edu
Tue Dec 14 17:37:30 EST 2004

The worldpac dealers have the front left window regulator for around $210 
if that helps any:


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> Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2004 14:58:01 -0600
> From: tom winter <tom at freeskier.com>
> Subject: 1990 coupe - to buy or not to buy?
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> Chris Semple: "That would be an emotional decision, more so than a logical
> one. A 100q 5cyl is one of the most inexpensive cars, of that era, that Audi
> produced. Hard to spend any "repair" money on the driveline, since they
> never break. But take an electrical example: 40$ for a 100 p/w regulator(avg
> $ anywhere), but 400$+ for a Coupe reg (nigh impossible to find used, and
> dealer only new). Try the same comparison with taillamps, windshields, or
> engine ecu's as well. Keep the 100q as a daily driver if you have the
> option."
> Ouch! That's a big difference in prices for repair. And you just know that

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