[V8] Winter musings about the Type 44

Roger M. Woodbury rmwoodbury at adelphia.net
Sun Jan 14 13:09:48 EST 2007

I have actually thought about this.  And it isn't a bad idea.  And it might

Makes the search much simpler:  just buy a Chebbie truck, and keep searching
for the V8.  

I wonder what my wife would say....No:  let's not go there!


-----Original Message-----
From: Kent McLean [mailto:kentmclean at comcast.net] 
Sent: Sunday, January 14, 2007 12:50 PM
To: v8-list
Cc: Roger M. Woodbury
Subject: Re: [V8] Winter musings about the Type 44

Roger M. Woodbury wrote:
> Right now, I do NOT want an A6.  Of any kind.  I don't want the new body
> style.  Of any variety.  
> Maybe the enemy I know will be better than the enemy that I don't know.  
> Do you think?

Indecisive? :)

Do both. Keep the Black Mariah, *and* buy a V8.

While the 20V is running, you can upgrade the V8 on your
mechanic's down time. If/when the 20V needs work, the V8
will be available. You'll have the best of both worlds
and will never be without an Audi.  It will also slow
down the rate of mileage accumulation on each vehicle.

And buying/maintaining both Audis will still be cheaper
than purchasing a new Tahoe/Suburban 4x4.

Der ist meine zwei Pfennigen.

Kent McLean
'94 100 S Avant, "Moody"
'89 200 TQ, "Bad Puppy" up in smoke

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