Quote, originally posted by xSWINDLERx » good for you!
everyone has there own style, and i find it funny that all of you audi elitist pricks dog on anyone that dose something different or out of the norm.
These cars are so rare, and respond so well to a conservative wheel/tire and suspension treatment, that I don't like to see one dropped and rolling on flashy wheels. Most of the enthusiast community built around old Audis focuses on maintenance, power upgrades, and track-worthy suspension and brake work- so don't be surprised if they look askance at your car.
That said, you'll find motorgeek and audiworld to be great resources if you ever need mechanical help; something along the lines that I previously mentioned. Maybe there will even be somebody open to the idea of helping you fix your car and its broken springs.