200'000 mile club
petergolledge at gmail.com
Sat Apr 26 08:47:57 PDT 2014
Our family rides are up there:
Wife's 95 S6 @ 215K mi
Son's 200TQ @ 245K+ (odo broken)
Parts car 200TQA @ 275K (was daily drive until a little bit ago)
Track fun LT-1Q @ 200K+ (odo broken, 5K body badly beaten, Chevy LT1
motor and 016 trans running just fine!)
Anyone need a set of Type 44 Euros or other 200/5K bits? Let me know
off list... I'm trying to get rid of the parts car.
On 4/26/2014 7:10 AM, Marco Weibel wrote:
> These days it is hard to find an i5 under 200k miles !
> My 1990 90 20V Q is at 340'000km/bit over 200k miles and is finally getting new everything around the rear diff including subframe.
> When back on the road she will resume the daily driver task again. Everything in front of the firewall works like it is still 1990.
> My 84 CGT will be passing the mark by the end of this year....
> Anybody has front OEM springs for it or know who still sells them ?
> Both sides now broke the most upper coil and don't sit in the bearing-cup properly anymore... I can find lowering springs but would prefer original ones.
> My buddies URS4 is at over 400'000km.
> Boosting to over 300hp on a daily basis.
> I went to see a still running smooth but totally rotten red 85 CGT some guy had for sale in Ottawa a few month back, also had close to 400'000km....
> On 2014-04-26, at 6:34 AM, "rob" <rob3 at hod3.fsnet.co.uk> wrote:
>> There should definitely be 200 000 + mile club in audifans. Whenever that
>> happens I'm in!
>> -----Original Message-----
>> My continued faithfulness to this car has now become a borderline
>> obsession (and my wife would say delete the word "borderline"). 247,000
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