81 Audi Coupe, Callaway edition
Larry C Leung
l.leung at juno.com
Tue Nov 30 22:58:26 EST 2004
Thanks for the correction on the 4KQ. I recall the Calloway CGT.
Red type 85 (don't recall if it was an 85 or 86), some black centered
mesh style rims, suspension work etc. My mistake on the drivetrain
on the 4KQ. Still thought that was one sweet ride. Too bad it's gone,
but I'm glad it still "lives" on in it's transplant-ee.
LL - NY
On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 19:47:36 -0800 (PST) ti at amb.org (Ti Kan) writes:
> Larry C Leung writes:
> > The Calloway kit was applied to Coupe GT's (not UrQ's) and
> > 4KQ's. Seen it featured as a (then) VW&Porsche Magazine
> > (now European Car) Project Car (CGT) and as a VW&P owner
> > feature (1 page) as an '84 4KQ that the owner added UrQ
> > front fenders, built up lower sills and boxed rear fenders,
> > all on a black on black car. That one was really sweet, all of
> > the perfornance of a US UrQ with the added practicality of
> > a 4KQ. Too bad I no longer have the magazine.
> I think you are mixing two different cars. The VW&P red CGT
> car had the Callaway turbo conversion.
> The Black/black '84 4KQ with UrQ flared fenders actually had a
> genuine UrQ engine/drivetrain/running gear transplant. It was
> not a Callaway conversion. Info about the latter car is here:
> The owner of that black 4KQ used to be in Sunnyvale, not far from
> I had met him a couple of times years ago. Unfortunately, that car
> didn't live long. It was destroyed in an accident. A few of its
> interior parts found their way into my 4000 :).
> Ti Kan
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