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Re: tire tools set and euro headlights& 1 more Q

George Rath lxl@dnai.com  wrote:
> To: QUATTRO1@aol.com
> Cc: quattro@coimbra.ans.net
> Subject: Re: tire tools set and euro headlights& 1 more Q
> Date: 9. heinäkuuta 1997 12:33
> QUATTRO1@aol.com wrote:
> > 
> > Sorry for the BW, but the items needed are for a 84 4ksq.  Also, how
long of
> > a shelf life do oil filters have?  I was given quite a few and haven't
> > them all.  The last two have been around for 2 years.
> > 
> > Thanks a lot.
> > 
> > Scott Mallett
> > QUATTRO1@aol.com
> > 84 4ksq
> Just an interesting info: according to the Hungarian law,
> all cars sold in that country must have AMBER turning lights.
> If a car doesn't have it (i.e. U.S. grey-import car), the
> lights must be made before the car is registered in the
> country.
> There is an excessive "Euro-light" industry in Hungary to
> satisfy the demand and the prices are relatively low.
> A guy told my father as he asked about Chevy Lumina,
> that "we'll laser-cut the amber light even for this car".
> You know, how odd-looking are the lights of '95 Lumina.
> My (U.S.-spec) '97 A6 QW has all-red lights in the back
> and I am looking to probably get an amber set for it in
> Hungary. I am not sure, but as I've seen the pictures, even
> the A6-es sold in Germany or Netherlands have red turning
> lights in the back - it would be interesting to know more
> about it.
> Anyway, if they are sold in Hungary (and A6 QW "Avant" IS
> sold), there is a kit for it over there.
> George Rath

The Euro A3/A4/A6/A8 have red rear clusters, but the turn signal is amber
when illuminated.  

Jouko Haapanen