Originally Posted by 1991 Audi 200 20v Turbo Quattro Wagon (Very Low Miles) - $6999 (Boston, MA)
LOL this car has been picked apart over on QuattroWorld.com. Mint, not so much.
You are not your job. You're not how much money you have in the bank. You're not the car you drive. You're not the contents of your wallet. You're not your khakis.
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Dayum! My '95 S6 spent it's 208,000 miles plying the snowy, stony roads of the Rockies and daring the snowy, salty roads of the Denver area and the worse for wear is an exhaust heat shield that rusted a bit and the brackets on some exterior door trim. What do you have to do to get your underside looking like the wreck of the Titanic?
(And f**k quattroworld's forum right in the ass - I have no idea how to use it.)
But I guess the salty ocean air is a serious factor I didn't consider. We've got salt, humidity and wet roads here on the Front Range but no bodies of salt water to make even the air corrosive.
We had a nearly 20 year old Audi 5000 with over 200,000 miles on it. There was a smidge of rust behind the driver's side wheel on the body. The undercarriage looked no where near as bad as this car. Too bad - and the price is high - otherwise it might be a fun project/money pit.
Ok, probably a stupid question, but what does CLFOTD mean?
I tried Googling it and got nothin'. I can't keep up with all the forum acronyms.
On topic: Not worth the asking price.
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