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    1. 12-16-2006 07:37 PM #1
      Like the title states, looking for any good car around $5k low miles, must run, must be in good condition. Ultimately must be pretty sweet. IM or reply to this post with what you have. Thanks.


      Modified by satisfied at 5:31 PM 12-18-2006
      WILL PAY UP TO 7k Cash

      Modified by satisfied at 5:32 PM 12-18-2006


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    3. 12-17-2006 02:12 PM #2
      bump

    4. 12-18-2006 12:40 PM #3
      So what are you looking for ??? Corrado, Ur ???

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    6. 12-18-2006 09:28 PM #4
      Any good car, good condition, must run perfectly.
      Corrados and URs do tickle my fancy though.

    7. 12-20-2006 02:40 AM #5
      sorry, post was F-ed up.

    8. 12-21-2006 01:01 AM #6
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      12-23-2006 05:23 AM #7
      If you find an ur quattro for 5000 bucks, it's either a dream come true, or a car that's going to need a lot of $$$ and work.
      If you have a 5 cylinder, you don't need a stereo.

      What is a Homologation car you ask?
      http://www.fia.com/list-previously-homologated-cars

    10. 12-23-2006 05:41 AM #8
      but aren't these the older models?

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      12-23-2006 06:47 AM #9
      Yes, they were imported into the US from 1982-1986
      Only around 630 cars made it here during that time period.
      1/2 of them are presumed to be either converted to rally cars, and/or were lost in accidents/were neglected beyond reasonable repair etc..
      Around 5 years ago, the price hit bottom, and has been on a steady rise back.
      Clean, rust free, well running cars fetch 10,000 bucks+ with some people asking that much, if not more for cars, that have surface rust issues....
      Check out ebay for pricing....

      Again, if you find one as cheap as 5000 dolars, it's sure to be in dire need of some work.
      That takes a bit of money.
      It would be best to get someone whom really knows these cars to go with you and check them out, or maybe find an indie Audi garage, to check over any potential purchase.

      You'll have much better luck fining a very nice Corrado for this price. [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
      If you have a 5 cylinder, you don't need a stereo.

      What is a Homologation car you ask?
      http://www.fia.com/list-previously-homologated-cars

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      12-31-2006 03:44 PM #10
      My advice is to do some research first as you have NO idea about either of thses cars. Even a 5K dollar Corrado is going to be a money pit waiting to happen. Just to give you a ballpark idea, I sold my 83 Ur-Q, SOLID southern body, not running, haden't been running in a few years as it needed a headgasket and probabally a freshening up of the motor for $4500 to the 1st person that looked at it and I had a TON of interest in it. Also, the prices of the Ur cars in general has been climbing recently so i'd hate to be the bearer of bad news, but your expectations are a pipe dream.

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      01-06-2007 02:14 AM #11
      Well this: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors...QrdZ1 is more than $5000 but not all that much and it sounds pretty clean
      Classified forum rules require that you post a price. If you don't know what to ask, they suggest that you search past FS threads.

      So, when your item sells, please don't edit out your price and description when you mark it "SOLD". Rather, edit to show selling price.

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