[urq] urq adventure #2
Michael at siliconoptix.com
Mon Dec 13 14:22:56 EST 2004
I am guessing this is the red high miler that was advertized earlier
this year on audifans? A rare car indeed, good to hear its found a new
From: urq-bounces at audifans.com [mailto:urq-bounces at audifans.com] On
Behalf Of Buchholz, Steven
Sent: Monday, December 13, 2004 2:14 PM
To: urq at audifans.com
Subject: RE: [urq] urq adventure #2
Congrats Eric! You have certainly snagged a rare bird! Is this the car
that was repaired from a serious side impact? It is great to hear that
you did reach an acceptable conclusion on your insurance problem ...
Since you have a lot of time, why don't you swing down south this way?
I'll bet there are a lot of urq fans in the SF Bay Area who would love
the opportunity to see a real '86 urq! It won't add that much time to
the overall trip ... ;-)
Have a safe trip ... and better luck with this car than the last one!
San Jose, CA (USA)
> I have decided to use the proceeds to finance a new adventure. We're
> flying into Seattle late on Friday (12/17), and on Saturday the fair
> Elizabeth and I will take possession of an '86 (!) in Vancouver and
> proceed to drive it home to TN. We don't have to be back until the
> 24th, so that gives us a few options for the route, and the
> to stop and smell the roses (or gather with list folks). Weather may
> determine our path, due to the worn summer rubber on the car. My
> tentative plan is to take I-90 through MT, WY, SD and end up
> in Chicago
> before we boogie down to TN.
> If anyone wants to get together along the way, or try to
> convince me to
> take an alternate route, just give me a shout. For those that can't
> meet us along the way, I'll make another web page covering the trek.
> Bizarre details about insurance deal will be forthcoming too.
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