This 1985 Audi Quattro Turbo Coupe (Chassis WAUDC0856FA900412) is offered by the third owner and has 83k original miles. The car was always in Colorado until last year, and the seller says that it has no rust, even at the rocker seams, and that it has never seen salt or snow. It is all original apart from window tint, a new Optima battery, and front bumper struts compressed to Euro length. The paint is 100% original according to the seller, and is showing the typical age on the rear wing and tops of the bumpers. The ’85 cars are desirable for their improved electrical system and wider 8″ Ronal wheels, and we’d argue that this is one of the best color combinations on the model. It is now available in Houston, Texas for $21, 500.
The first owner had the car for 53, 183 miles. The second owner purchased the car in 1990. The current seller purchsed the car just last Fall with 81, XXX miles on it, but is unfortunately now selling for medical reasons. The Ronals wear BF Goodrich G-Force T/A tires that have 85% of tread remaining. Three of the wheels are near perfect, but the seller says that the front right wheel has very light curb rash.
Through the Cracks. Boomed Out Over 402008-06-24 09:33:31 by CRUD
Through the Cracks
Here is who we are. Were the generation that left small town America, moved to the city and got our degrees, Masters degrees mostly, and rode some of the economic booms in the 80s and 90s and then Boom !!! Were Busted. And now were Over 40 and living at home with our folks again. . Im so tired of hearing my old mother fart and piss and shit in the next room, since I sleep on the porch.
From something to nothing. Most I know were making at least 60,000 to 90,000. Some over 100.000, the 6 figure income dream of the 90s. Information Technology, Finance, Accounting all of those fields that our government controlled schools told us to go into in the 80s and funded our education through student loans and then they go and outsource it all. So we spent...
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