quattro Digest, Vol 67, Issue 34
steve.sears at soil-mat.on.ca
Wed May 27 12:06:40 PDT 2009
If you're looking for a predecessor to the Q7...why not a DKW Munga-8? Sold
in North America as the "Cross-Country" and in South America as the
"Candango", the Munga was, in essence, the first four-ringed 4-wheel drive,
and the Munga 8 had seating for 8 (although no cupholders.....sorta like all
of my Audis). There is a fairly large club in Germany (Munga
Interessengemeinschaft) devoted to the Munga:
and for a picture....how about:
1987 Audi 5kTQ
1980 Audi 5k
1962 and '64 Auto Union DKW Junior deLuxes
> Date: Wed, 27 May 2009 13:54:57 -0400
> From: Louis-Alain Richard <larichard at plguide.com>
> Subject: Q7 ancestor ?
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> Hi everyone,
> On my magazine front cover, there?s always a picture of the main article
> reviewed vehicle, like on any car rag. But since January, I introduced a
> little twist, because we now hide a tiny picture of the ancestor of the
> featured car. It is a ?tribute? to the famous hidden bunny on the Playboy
> magazine cover.
> For the Ford Flex, we placed a big Ford wagon from the 60?s, for the Dodge
> Ram, we chose a Power Wagon from the 40?s, for the Mazda3 it was a 1981
> for the A8 we selected the 200TQ, etc.
> It?s fun to do, but now i?ve hit a wall : what is the ancestor of the Q7 ?
> I?d like to read your thoughts, it will help me in my search.
> WARNING : Selfish auto promotion below...
> About that free Montreal paper magazine, ?autoExpert, Le magazine?, I am
> proud that all my former articles (380 since March 2007) are now online,
> www.leblogauto.ca, however in French only.
> Nonetheless, ?you may enjoy the ?mystery-car? contest. There, I try to
> the more obscure vehicle from the past. We publish the picture in one
> edition, and the answer with a short text in the next. On the blog, they
> reunited together.
> If you start at the bottom of the third page with the Ford Capri MK1, you
> can click on the next image to get it's name.
> See this link :
> Any suggestions for the next mystery car is also welcome.
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