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From: John Karasaki <johkar@teleport.com>
Subject: Re: For Sale - My 1983 TQC
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At 11:04 AM 3/13/96 -0500, you wrote:

>WOW! Sounds like a very fair deal, someone here ought to snap it up 
>"There is nothing inherently wrong with lying in the gutter so long as 
>are staring up at the stars and not blowing bubbles in the mud"
>Vorsprung durch Technik,
Yeah, If I didn't just spend $1300 on a new set of wheels and didn't 
need to
replace the struts and brakes on two of our cars, this may have been 
TQC #2
for me.  There is no way I could convince my wife $6500 could be well 
now, especially for something that would be a dedicated track car!

Someone will get a good deal!


John Karasaki

The Karasaki's, proud owners of AUDI automobiles

1981 Coupe
1982 TQC
1984 5000S Wagon
1990 V8