I've seen a blue quattro in a neighbors driveway with a mfg plate on it
several times this summer. Telltale sign (other than the quattro badge) is
the dual exhausts. Another guy down the street has had a silver one (FWD)
for several months. Very nice rides. I don't believe the quattro has the
tor-sen AWD though, as all other quattros have.
If I only had enough money for everything!
> I placed my money and name down back in early June, but not for the 1st
> /5 year of 2000 which is a 1.8L 4 cyl 180hp fwd 5 speed gear box and is
> what people see now, but for the 2nd .5 year 2000 as it's a 1.8L 4 cyl
> 225hp awd w/ 6 speed gear box instead. The deal is, $1K down to get on
> the list, refundable anytime no questions asked, you pay MSRP, no
> haggeling, no one knows the MSRP as of yet. I like the Roadster too,
> but it is a heavier car and the stolen car factor goes up as well as
> insurance, I really do like the coupe. As soon as I get confirmation on
> the TTS which is the same thing, awd 6 speed, but with the V6 2.7 twin
> turbo. Thats a 2001 order, making it 2 years away, as I get to wait
> about 6 - 12 months now for the current list I'm on today.
> Frank Clarici wrote:
> > Jay Quinn wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Whats the British Iron lovers take on the new sports car from Audi
> > > called the TT?
> > I like it but am waiting for the Roadster and my son to buy one.
> > Then again it's built on a Jetta. My wife already has one of them.
> > I will take the Sprite over of the Jetta anyday. In fact, I do.
> > --
> > Frank Clarici
> > Toms River, NJ
> > 60 Bugeye Sprite (my car)
> > 67 Sprite (wife's car)
> > 59 Austin A40 Farina w/AC (daughters car)
> > 71 MG Midget racer (working on it)
> > http://www.exit109.com/~spritenut/
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