[urq] Re: Mid 80's, period correct radios: which one ?

Martin Pajak martin at quattro.ca
Fri Jul 22 17:47:35 EDT 2005

"Rothenburg" - Audi part # 443 035 093 was not available in 1983.
Louis-Alain is looking for the OEM radio in the Ur-q for 1983.
I have a couple, one was optional (dealer installed) and one was standard.
Can bring them to the UPG CT in AUg.

Martin Pajak


1982 Audi Ur-quattro (50,000 mi) new project
1983 Audi Ur-quattro (305,000 km) SOLD
1985 Audi Ur-quattro (203,000 km) Euro spec. import mit 3B ;o)
1986 Audi 4000s quattro (276,000 km) winter car
1987 Audi 4000s quattro (195,000 km) hers
1971 Porsche 911T (45,000 mi) all original

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Sent: July 22, 2005 17:42
To: Louis_Alain_Richard at computerhorizons.com
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Subject: [urq] Re: Mid 80's, period correct radios: which one ?

> I'd like to have a period correct, (non-CD, obviously !) radio that
> would have been likely to be seen in an mid-80's Audi. OEM or after
> no matter.

Surprised Ti hasn't replied, but I went to his site knowing he has a
radio reference page:


what you want is called a "Rothenburg" - Audi part # 443 035 093

I have a couple lying around, since for some reason I never throw away
old car radios - whether I know they work or not.  Anyway, they ought to
be easy to find.

Unless you want an *aftermarket* piece from that era, I suppose.  Which
might be tough, since a 20 year old cassette radio is probably going to
be pretty beat by now (I know my old Kenwood 757 has seen far better

Huw Powell


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