[s-cars] '92 S4 for sale at //S-Fest
trgreen at comcast.net
Tue Aug 22 22:43:57 EDT 2006
All-right, I'll stuff some Grainger county tomatoes in the avant.
That sounds like a parted-
out S4 in the Miata boot. Feed the frenzy.
On Dave, I don't think you can slur a Miata - unless you disparage
them in the factory
in front of the workers. You can, however, get your brain overheated
to the extent
common sense becomes an elusive concept. :-) A cooling off period is
the only sure
On Aug 22, 2006, at 10:13 PM, Taka Mizutani wrote:
> So far, I'm definitely bringing up some tasty food, including some
> fresh produce from
> work- the best of Jersey and Lancaster farms, which is actually
> really good stuff.
> I'll have to take an inventory, but I think I have a significant
> number of
> those fabled 2W instrument cluster bulbs, as well as other little
> things like
> trim clips, heated windshield washer nozzles (brand new in wrap), a
> valve (OEM brand new in box), some spare OEM sidemarkers for a Golf
> some subframe bushings, pump to bomb hydraulic line and some other
> If you want to stuff an AAN into my Miata, I have no problem with
> that, if you can
> make it fit. An LS/LT1 or Ford small-block would fit easier, though.
> If that doesn't work, I can probably fit Mark S's GT40 turbo onto
> the Volvo and fry the
> tranny in about 10 seconds. I know it has a KKK turbo in it. :-)
> On 8/22/06, Donna Green <trgreen at comcast.net> wrote:
> I wonder how long it would take the //S-Fest to part out a S4? Or
> maybe two with competing teams?
> That's our first amendment, Dave, not the Queen's. Everything up
> there is fair game. Just be glad you're not Pete, or Repeat. :-)
> So, what are you bringing to this //S-Fest, Taka? We might want to
> chop it up too, or stuff an AAN in it . :-) It sounds like a feeding
> frenzy is in the making for S-parts.
> And, I'm bringing the fabled 100/A6 Bentley Factory Repair Manual
> 1992-1997, with S4 and S6 models, including Avant models in
> the print edition, in case someone needs to read how to.
> > Date: Tue, 22 Aug 2006 18:44:47 -0600
> > From: "Dave Forgie" < forgied at ae.ca>
> > Subject: Re: [s-cars] '92 S4 for sale at S-Fest
> > To: "s-car" <s-car-list at audifans.com>
> > Message-ID: < s4eb51b8.030 at mail.ae.ca>
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> > I give up. I was just trying to suggest that UrS cars are still
> > rare cars and offering "live" (non-totalled) cars for prices
> > approaching parting-out wreck prices is just going to kill another
> > one.
> > Part-em out, fellows. Just makes the remaining cars even rarer.
> > And by the way, when I added "IMHO" at the end of my first post, I
> > presumed that freedom of speech was a valid concept on this forum
> > and I could express my opinion as such, an opinion. You don't have
> > to agree with it.
> > Dave F.
> >>>> "Taka Mizutani" < t44tqtro at gmail.com> 08/22/06 05:39PM >>>
> > Heck, if Rich wants to sell his car for $5k, so be it. And if
> > someone wants
> > to chop up a '97
> > S6 for a S2 conversion, what are you going to do, sue the guy?
> > It's his car, it's a free country, he can do whatever he wants
> > raffle it at S-Fest). :-)
> > Heck, if I had the funds that's exactly what I'd do (get a CQ,
> > convert it to
> > RS2+ spec, chop
> > up a S4/S6 to get the parts).
> > Taka
> > On 8/22/06, Dave Forgie <forgied at ae.ca> wrote:
> >> <$5K?
> >> Dude - you're depressing the market with that price. Parts cars
> >> that have
> >> been in an accident go for $3.5K (or less).
> >> At <$5K, you're donating the car to somebody's CQ to S2 conversion.
> >> IMHO.
> >> Dave F.
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